One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘It offered a solution to the problems of rural congestion, pauperism, and starvation that had afflicted so many countries before 1848.’
- ‘Meanwhile, the country continued to descend deeper into fragmentation, general pauperism, and mutual predacity.’
- ‘Nothing intrinsic to that process forces people into pauperism.’
- ‘As land increases in value, poverty deepens and pauperism appears.’
- ‘A creeping process of impoverishment ensued, accelerating progressively to become the generally recognized pauperism of the nineteenth century.’
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