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1  Jurgis was destined to find that Elzbieta's armor was absolutely impervious to Socialism.
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2  Jurgis had looked into the deepest reaches of the social pit, and grown used to the sights in them.
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3  To the other, Socialism was simply a necessary step toward a far-distant goal, a step to be tolerated with impatience.
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4  That was the competitive wage system; and if Jurgis wanted to understand what Socialism was, it was there he had best begin.
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5  These revolutionists were not angels; they were men, and men who had come up from the social pit, and with the mire of it smeared over them.
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6  And bear in mind also that this monstrous disease affects not merely the idlers and their menials, its poison penetrates the whole social body.
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7  Jurgis had noticed that the beautiful young girl who sat by the center-table was listening with something of the same look that he himself had worn, the time when he had first discovered Socialism.
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8  He had had more of his share of the fight, though, for just when Socialism had broken all its barriers and become the great political force of the empire, he had come to America, and begun all over again.
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9  reunion, or a hotel-keepers' convention, or an Afro-American business-men's banquet, or a Bible society picnic, Tommy Hinds would manage to get himself invited to explain the relations of Socialism to the subject in hand.
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10  He did not belong to the party, but he was in sympathy with it; and he said that he was to have as his guest that night the editor of a big Eastern magazine, who wrote against Socialism, but really did not know what it was.
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