The Just Reward of Labor

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  1. The proper, legitimate, and just reward of labor.
  2. Security of person and property.
  3. The greatest practicable amount of freedom to each individual.
  4. Economy in the production and uses of wealth.
  5. To open the way for each individual to the possession of land, and all other natural wealth.
  6. To make the interests of all to co-operate with and assist each other, instead of clashing with and counteracting each other.
  7. To withdraw the elements of discord, of war, of distrust and repulsion, and to establish a prevailing spirit of peace, order, and social sympathy.

— Josiah Warren, “Equitable Commerce,” 1852

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