Resolutions and Heads of Report Nassau William

ISBN: 9781331383772

Published: September 27th 2015

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Resolutions and Heads of Report  by  Nassau William

Resolutions and Heads of Report by Nassau William
September 27th 2015 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 150 pages | ISBN: 9781331383772 | 5.40 Mb

Excerpt from Resolutions and Heads of Report1. That the object of society is to protect individuals from wrong.2. That those who cannot protect themselves are as much entitled to protection as those who can.3. That children are as much entitled toMoreExcerpt from Resolutions and Heads of Report1.

That the object of society is to protect individuals from wrong.2. That those who cannot protect themselves are as much entitled to protection as those who can.3. That children are as much entitled to protection as adults.4. That education is as much a necessary to a child as food is.5. That it is as much the duty of a parent to educate his child as it is to feed it6. That a child is as much wronged by being left uneducated, as it is by being left unfed.7. That it is as much the duty of the community to see that the child is educated as it is to see that it is fed.8.

That unless the community can and will compel the parent to feed the child, or to educate the child, the community must do so.9. That the elementary education of a child costs not less than 30s. a year.10. That there is no reason to believe that now, or at any time that can be defined, that sum is or will be obtainable from the parent11. That it is the duty of the State to aid private benevolence in supplying the sum that is not obtainable from the parent12. That we ought to recommend a system of State assistance for that purpose.13. That such assistance, if provided by rates, will require at the lowest estimate a rate of two millions a year.14.

That such a tax would not be submitted to.15. That it would renew the religious quarrels now much appeased.16. That it would be unjust, first, because it would throw on the 80 millions of rateable income the burden now borne by 500 millions of general income- and secondly, because the labourer, whose child is to be educated, and who now pays his proportion to the Privy Council grants as a taxpayer, would be exempted, and the burden removed from him, to be laid on the ratepayer, whose child is not to be so educated.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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