An intermittently Liberal anthology compiled by Jonathan Calder

Friday, September 19, 2003  

After the revolution
Like any human being, I loathe the social injustice that winks at starvation in a world of plenty. Something may be done about it some day. But I lost sympathy with Socialists the more I met them. Their creed or system was obviously not to be a means to an end but an end in itself; I could not discover what manner of rich, imaginative life they were planning for the world after poverty had been abolished. More and more Socialism, apparently.

Neville Cardus Autobiography (1947)

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