Most bakers, he tells me, have to work fourteen and sixteen hours…In some bakeries they use good stock, he says, but they have to charge high prices, which only the richer people will pay. In most of them you often have to sift the maggots out of the flour, and the butter is always rancid. [p. 60, 1]
George, Henry. (1934) 1981. Social Problems. New York: Robert Schalkenbach Foundation. ISBN: 0–911312–17-X.