Some articles on wages, wage, wage work:
... The view that working for wages is akin to slavery was already present in the ancient world, beginning with the notion of prostitution as temporary slavery ... The first articulate description of wage slavery was made by Simon Linguet in 1763 The slave was precious to his master because of the money he had cost him… They were worth at least as much as ... Is that to be free? The view that wage work has substantial similarities with chattel slavery was actively put forward in the late 18th and 19th centuries by ...
Famous quotes containing the words work and/or wage:
“... when we shall have our amendment to the Constitution of the United States, everyone will think it was always so, just exactly as many young people believe that all the privileges, all the freedom, all the enjoyments which woman now possesses were always hers. They have no idea of how every single inch of ground that she stands upon to-day has been gained by the hard work of some little handful of women of the past.”
—Susan B. Anthony (18201906)
“The matter of consulting experienced workers, of keeping all the workers informed of changes in production and wage methods, and how the changes are arrived at, seems to me the most important duty in the whole field of management.”
—Mary Barnett Gilson (1877?)