Maoriland Worker, Rōrahi 13, Putanga 28, 11 Hōngongoi 1923, Page 2
. Now it js tho object of se'enca to render tbe enabling requisites o£ life, Such as. food, warmth and other forms
or embodiments of energy necessary
for a decent existence, so abundant ~,that tli«y poall cease to be wealth in.
-,-the. sense, of the economist. By m, Creasing a rejal quantity, you do not diminish it, nor by increasing it w'thout liiiv'c do you destroy %t. Th ie object of science is to destroy wealth ia economist's s-en.se of dfebt altogf&iiher by increasing real wealth without limit. —Professor Soddy.
■ Mo citizen should be rich enough fee be able buy another, and none poor enough to b-a forced, jfco cd* biinsclt--Rousseau. V