Luckily he was a subordinate, not a wage-slave but a follower—which was a restraint.
Nature does not intend for one man to have capital and another to be a wage-slave.
I was as faithful a wage-slave as ever a capitalist exploited.
The wage-slave lives for the evening's liberty, the business man for his wealth, the preacher for his church.
Slave and slave-owner, serf and baron, wage-slave and capitalist—so the classes have struggled.
She sat in another chair, very straight in her lavender dress, and joined with the flapper in her survey of the wage-slave.
The wage-slave, when he is out of work, must now starve or go into the workhouse and be made miserable, or commit suicide.