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" ... go : sometimes they are thinking about votes at the next election, but oftener they are simply expressing the very common feeling or indifference of the country. The execution of the school laws is largely left to school officers and, without the... "
The Child Workers of the Nation - Page 5
by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.) - 1909 - 256 pages
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Proceedings of the ... Annual Meeting of the North Carolina Bar ..., Volume 12

North Carolina Bar Association - Bar associations - 1910
...verdicts of a jury, that we no longer look upon it with surprise. We all know how difficult it is for a corporation, with no body to be. kicked and no soul to be damned, to secure a verdict. One of our private citizens will win upon "trifles light as air," while "confirmation...
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The Brief: A Quarterly Magazine of the Law, Volume 4

Greek letter societies - 1903
...UNREPORTED CHANGES.] Next to getting a verdict, get a good exception. A corporation is a legal entity with no body to be kicked and no soul to be damned. — Anon. The difficulty is not so much to know the law as it is to know where to find it. — Judge...
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Public Documents of Massachusetts, Volume 7

Massachusetts - 1905
...the sin of a person upon a corporation of itself incapable of wrong doing, and, as one has said, " with no body to be kicked and no soul to be damned." On the other hand, it is held that there is statute law enough, and that the State ought not to attempt...
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Addresses and Papers

Andrew Sloan Draper - Education - 1907 - 132 pages
...about votes at the next election, but oftener they are simply expressing the very common feeling or indifference of the country. The execution of the...indefinitely and was always looking for profits, its officersi would do all they could to enlarge the efficiency of boys and girls, because they would know...
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Faith, War, and Polic

Gilbert Murray - 1917
...sophists like Mr. Shaw or Mr. Morel or Mr. Snowden; what he dreaded was the great intangible sophist, with no body to be kicked and no soul to be damned, who lurks in posters and headlines and triumphant majorities. Do you believe in young persons corrupted...
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The Oklahoma Law Journal, Volume 9

Law - 1910
...verdicts of a jury, that we no longer look upon it with surprise. We know how difficult it is for a corporation, with no body to be kicked and no soul to be damned, to secure a verdict. One of our private ciiizens will win upon "trifles light as air,"while "confirmation...
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