Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled!
It is now Our intention, following the example of Our predecessors, directly to treat of the masonic society itself, of its whole teaching, of its aims, and of its manner of thinking and acting, in order to bring more and more into the light its power for evil, and to do what We can to arrest the contagion of this fatal plague. - Vincenzo Gioacchino Raffaele Luigi Pecci

Miles Menander Dawson

Proponent of compulsory insurance. Was a member of the American Association for Labor Legislation for “social insurance”. He also wrote new age ethics books: “The Wisdom of Confucius”, “The Ethics of Confucius”, “The Ethics of Socrates”, and “The Ethical Religion of Zoroaster”. Dawson was also a Consulting Actuary, Member of the New York Bar, Joint Author, Workingmen's Insurance in Europe.

Miles Menander Dawson
Birth 1863-05-13
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Freemasonry - 32°
F. and A. Mason 32°
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