The need of a constantly expanding market for its products
chases the bourgeoisie over the whole surface of the globe.
Alone, I should have been ignorant of the names of these giant growths, but our men of science pointed out the cedars, the great silk cotton trees, and the redwood trees, with all that profusion of various plants which has made this continent the chief supplier to the human race of those gifts of Nature which depend upon the vegetable world, while it is the most backward in those products
which come from animal life.
They make one feel to what a degree architecture is a primitive thing, by demonstrating (what is also demonstrated by the cyclopean vestiges, the pyramids of Egypt, the gigantic Hindoo pagodas) that the greatest products
of architecture are less the works of individuals than of society; rather the offspring of a nation's effort, than the inspired flash of a man of genius; the deposit left by a whole people; the heaps accumulated by centuries; the residue of successive evaporations of human society,--in a word, species of formations.
Under such circumstances nothing could give her an air of being a genuine product
of Largelady Park.
Holmes had been seated for some hours in silence with his long, thin back curved over a chemical vessel in which he was brewing a particularly malodorous product
In this time forty buildings, counting small and large, have been built, and all except four are almost wholly the product
of student labour.
The machinery which he had perfected and controlled was now about to turn out its bi-monthly product
, a committee meeting; and his pride in the perfect structure of these assemblies was great.
The papers, as they appeared from month to month, were not the product
of those unities of time and place which were the happy conditioning of
It is the assertion, the development, the product
of those very different indispensable qualities of poetry, in the presence  of which the English is equal or superior to all other modern literature--the native, sublime, and beautiful, but often wild and irregular, imaginative power in English poetry from Chaucer to Shakespeare, with which Professor Minto deals, in his Characteristics of English Poets (Blackwood), lately reprinted.
When they got between the worker and his product
, they took a whack out of it for themselves The size of the whack was determined by no rule of equity; but by their own strength and swinishness.
If consciousness is the product
of rhythm all things ARE conscious, for all have motion, and all motion is rhythmic.
Because of a thousand capitalistic devices, labor cannot buy back even half of the total product