There is something horrible, something that makes one fear for civilization, in denunciations of class-differences and class struggles which proceed from a class in power, one that is seizing every means, even to a monopoly of moral ideals, to carry on its struggle for class-power.
Dewey (1957), p. 301.
Dewey, J. (1957). Human nature and conduct. New York: Modern Library. Retrieved from https://archive.org/details/humannatureandco011182mbp