Some Ans. Questions 1908 by -'Abdu'l-Bahá- 1 Para

It is, then, clear and evident that the repartition of excessive fortunes among a small number of individuals, while the masses are in need, is an iniquity and an injustice. In the same way, absolute equality would be an obstacle to life, to welfare, to order and to the peace of humanity. In such a question moderation is preferable. It lies in the capitalists' being moderate in the acquisition of their profits, and in their having a consideration for the welfare of the poor and needy-- that is to say, that the workmen and artisans receive a fixed and established daily wage-- and have a share in the general profits of the factory (275:2)

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