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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 March 1899

no not hesitate to take this pa per out 't)f the PoHtofflce. If it | 8 sent yo'.t some arrangement ..... beea made and you will not be aakted pa pay for it. No. 45. J»\USBH<SS °: n©SSBACK. Independent Comment on Current Conditions By % Dyed-in-The-Wool Calamity Howler. /^'V 1'! the competitive 'calf ([ g what rope he wants and he'll IV TTdothe rest. It is cheaper to >CaJ-l furnish him rope than to both er our heads about raising the thing lor veal. Socialists cannot object to law and organization, though people calling themselves socialists can, and do. You cannot expect to carry out the details of a proposition until you have mastered the general principles. The politician docs not care a con tinental what system of voting you use, so long as you elect him to office. If the republican party is half as bad as Pingree and V.'annn maker say it is they must have strong stomachs to stay with it.- ' •'Talk is cheap" but it will take days of hard work, sleepless nights, time and mon...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 March 1899

lodiiftrial Prtt^onj Published weekly by the Brothcrliooil Co-operative Commonwealth. [Kntercil at the Postofflce, Kdison, Skagit fount \. Wash.: as second class mail matter.] TEKMS OF St'BSCRtP lloM One Copy, « '... Year '•'' •' "' Six Months •-'■> Foreign - sent liv members M per year. EQUALITY' SATURDAY, MAR. 18 Be brief: for it is with words us with sun- Tseanxa-- tho more they are condensed the deeper they SOUTHED. BOIL DOWN! BOIL DOWN! ' We hope our correspondents will kindly observe that it is necessary to condense their thoughts. Do not elaborate. Short, crisp, spi cy articles are welcomed, but hereaft er we snail be compelled to refuse dif fuse, straggling articles. Be concise, precise, pointed and quit when you are done, please. You can never make the think that a religion tin neglects the body cares for the soul. The people now generally under stand that -praise of Alger involves perversion of facts How would the "Policy of Benevo lent Assimilation" work in Cnina? "Wal...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 March 1899

National Union Department. . HEADQUARTERS, EQUALITY,' WASH. NATIONAL BOARD ill-' TRUSTEES. President -G. 10. Pelton, Equality, Wash. Secretary Oliver P. Darr, Equality, Wash. Treasurer—A. 1., Young, Equality, Wash. Organiser Wm. McDevltt Seattle, Wash. Dean—Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor—P. Burgess, Equality, Wash. Master Workman—P. Ilarnrnan, Equality, Wash. Distributer W. C. Davis, Equality, Wash. Send all funds intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to EQUALITY, WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary B C C, Equality, Wash. We want everybody to read Indus trial Freedom, but if there are per sons who do not wish to do so. we still want them to read some other good socialist paper. Here is a list you can choose from with the cer tainty of getting something good: Appeal to Reason, Girard, Kansas. People, 184 Williams St. X, V. News, (daily) Port Angeles Wash. Altruist, St. Louis, Mo. Social Democratic Herald, Belleville; Illinois. Coming ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 18 March 1899

I \ ■? • ' " % \ 11. W. Halladay President <> I C, W. Belknap .Secretary <> c W. I!. Boyd Treasurer i } W.C. B, Randolph ) Bureau if { % Alex. 1 "usrb ' Correspond- \ M.Davison ) ence. S ) 1 Wm. Hogan, s * \ Editor Colony Notes. } •I-'WV*. A«fA«AuAw'V'..f'W-'WA,WWA^W-l ■i How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postoffico'Money order on Edison, but mail it to C. W. Belknap, at Equality, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble, liquidity is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have changed their address from Edison to Equality Skagit, county, Wash. Remember this when you write. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WORKING MACHINES. Previously reported 3 4.., ii) Carl Fagerstrum 1 00 A friend. Los Angeles ("> 00 Total $ 4 '■ "0 Child revs Industrial School- Previously reported $-00 Equality needs a physician. Comrade Davis is the Word's ('lampion bah Business Is rushing the transportation de" part men t. Another good meet could be used toa...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 March 1899

Oo not hesitate to take this pa jer out ot the Postotliee. If it ii sent you some arrangement lias been made and you will not I*. asked to pay for it.'-V; y ,;, No. 4-6. nOS!W3S TnpSSBACK.: : Independent Comment on Current Conditions By A Dyed-in-The-Wool Calamity Howler. fw-^HE baking powder companies have formed a trust and the little ncmspapcrs which arc *-* eking out a precarious living on dying politicial principles mil foreign ads will miss their pat ronage muchly. • ■/..•'/ Ignore politics, if you will, and then ast watch and see how politics will jot ignore you. The reason there are so many ab surd arguments against socialism is because those who understand social sin are not arguing against it, unless for money. Say you, with the lone suspender and the frayed overalls any "dividing up" would he hard on you, wouldn't it. When you divide the profits with your exploiter a few more times you'll be all right. - Do you ever see a Standard Oil Co. ad? I reckon not. You can buy its...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 March 1899

toddftrial Pre % 4©m Published weekly by the Brotkiliockl Co-operative Commonwealth. (Entered at the Postofflce, Edison' Skagit County, Wash., as second claw mall matter.] TERMS 01* subscription: •ne Copy, One Year "0 " ''' Six Mont 86 Foreign — sent by members $1 per year. EQUALITY, SATURDAY, MAIL 25 Be brief; tor it is with words as with sun beams— tin- more they are condensed the deeper they burn.— Bout-he*. REPUBLICAN PLATFORM, 1900. Imperialism, Benevolent Assimila tion, Whitewash, Hypocrisy, Beef. The blanks to be filled in with any old thing that the big trio, Algcr-Han na-McKin'ev may think would de lude the people. Some of the parodies on "The White Man's Burden" aregopd examples of stately tire. True Democracy is Socialism and true Socialism is the purest religion ever yet revealed to man. "Benevolent assimilation meant ruin to the Indian and it means ruin to the Fillipinos, but then the White Man must bear his Burden it there is an " exchangeable equivalency" in it. A rel...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 March 1899

National Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EQUALITY, WASH. NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. President—G. E. Pelton, Equality, Wash. Secretary—Oliver P. Darr, Equality, Wash. Treasurer—A. 1,. Young, Equality, Wash. Organizer—Wm. McDevitt Seattle, Wash. Dean-- Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor—D. Burgess, Equality, Wash. Master Workman— Tlannnan, Equality, Wash. Distributer— C. Davis, Equality, Wash. cj-^ ~— 11. gs=g Send all funds Intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to EQUALITY, WASH. Send all otlv)!- Funds to National Secretary B C C, Equality, Wash. =»^^ - —— — ■ We want everybody to read Indus trial Freedom, but if there are per sons who do not wish to do so, we still want them to read some other good socialist paper. Here is a list you can choose from with the cer tainty of getting something good: Appeal to Reason, Girard, Kansas. People^ IST Williams St. N; V. News, (daily) Port Angeles Wash. Altruist, St. Louis, Mo. Social Democratic Herald, Bellevi...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 25 March 1899

\ mmun mmm motes. I I B. W. Halladay President J \ C. W. Belknap Secretary J { W. B. Boyd Treaaurer * JW. C. it. Randolph I Bureau of } \ L<. L Gilford , 1 Correspond-, \ « M. Davison 1 ence. s J Wm. noil an, J \ Editor Colony Notes. > How to Send Mosey to Equality Colony. Get Postofflce Money order on Edison, but mail it to C. W. Belknap, at, Equality, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Equality is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Equality colony have •banged their address from liaison to Equality Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WORKING MACHINES. Previously reported • 143 70 A 11 Jones 4 00 Sam P. Hall I 00 Total ;i 448 70 Cblldrons Industrial School— Previously reported IS 00 A II Jones 1 00 Total...' S3 (Ml Bro. Humphrey la convalescing. At the last, meeting of the board of direc tors Bro. Tunmore was directed to handle the ribbons on the donkey. I We gratefully acknowledge the receipt of a packa...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 April 1899

Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the FostolHce. If it is sent you some -arrangement has been made and you will not bo asked to pay for it. No. 47. I $mlkk" : B"o U ;; IfSj I. S^ :An Evenings CONVERSATION ON SOCIALISM. f^^fiL* rrOHN '..-SMITH.— is this thing you call socialism? I Socialist—lt means to own Ob// all things by society, the same as we own the postoffice. J. S. — O. that is the cranky notion of populists.' - ; [■ ■ S. — Xo, the populists only want to own the railroads, the telegraphs and the hanking system. The socialists want to own till the land, all the houses, all the teams, all the mills, mines, factories, railroads, telegraphs, in fact,'-even-thing that is used to produce wealth and distribute it. J. S.—What! If I own a farm is the government going to take it away Iron] me and give it away to some lazy tramp? S. — Oh, no! Now nearly all the farmers are mortgaged beyond re demption and are working day and night almost and are still living very poorly, all t...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 April 1899

l®4®^ trial Pr**4efij Published weekly by tho Broluciliooil Co-operative ('oiiiiiioiiwcaltli. [Entered :it the Pontoffice. Edison, .Skagit County, Wash,, as second class mail matter.] ti-ikms OF subscription: pno Copj, < »no Year SO "' Six Months li") Fin-i■■.. - sent by n moors |] per year. EQUALITY, SATURDAY, APRIL 1 Be brief: for it i- with words as with '-sun beams— the more they arc condensed' the 5 deeper the; burn. SOUTHGY. ' . Is true freedom but to break t l' -tt« for our own dear sake? Anil, with leathern hearts, forget That we owe mankind « debt? Wo; true freedom Is to share All the chains brothers wear. And with heart* and hands to be Barm si to make others free, - - Exchange. Alger docs not have any resigna tions among his effects, so you may not look for a vacancy in the office of Secretary of War. ■ • _ ■— Tin packing house brigade was the loudest in its praise of McKinley, but then it seems to have gotten more pay than any one else. • . Prompt and united action re...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 April 1899

V; National Union Department./ HEADQUARTERS, EQUALITY, WASH. - ' -:. , ..'■..-■ i-, NATIONAL BOARD OF TRUSTEES. -" 1- ■", President> G. K. Pel ton, Equality; .Wash." •Secretary— Oliver P. parr, Equality, Wash. Treasurer—A. 1.. Young, Equality, Wash. ■Organizer—Win. McDevltt Seattle, Wash. ■''.. Dean-—Prof. Frank Parsons, Boston, Muss. '. l Editor Burgess, Equality, Wash. . : Master Workman— S. Hamman, Equality, Wash. • „;>-;;:.., .. \ Distributer W. C. Davis, Equality, Wash. Send all funds intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to EQUALITY, WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary B C C. Equality, Wash. . We want everybody to read Indus trial .Freedom, but if there are per sons who do not wish to do so, we still want them to read some other good socialist paper. Here is a list you can choose from with the cer tainty of getting something good: Appeal.to Reason, GirardJ Kansas. People, 184 Williams St. N. V. News, (daily) Port Angeles Wash. Altru...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 1 April 1899

} xMIMLITIf ONL ... MOTBS. > $—O — 5 C 11. W. Halladay President J X C. W. Belknap Secretary J ( \V. B. Boyd Treasurer ' < }W.C. B. Randolph 1 Bureau of £ I Ij. 1,. Gilford Correspond- \ *? M.Davison .......) ence. \ i Wm. Hogan, <} \ Editor Colony Notes. . > 0 —■ How In Send Money to Equality Colony. Gel Postofflce Money order on Ellaon, but ■mil it, to C. W. Belknap, at Equality,Skagit •oiinty, Wash. This will save us trouble. Equality is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Kouaittv eoionv have changed their address iroui fc,uison to X piailtyj Skagit county, Wash. Remember t.ms when you write. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WORKING .M'lllXllS. Previously report '• 448 "0 Mat Sunnen . • 1 00 Albert Burgess • »0 Adolph Nrtuwood . ":" Margaret Day 1 <«» Total ; « 4:.l "0 Childrens Industrial School — Previously reported 12 00 AH Jones .• 1 00 Total M 00 About the weather. Ah variable. Things In the green house are third leaf •out. Bro. Klamroth left Sunda...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 8 April 1899

Donxtot hesitate tto'tal.e!tjhi«ipar per out of the J^ostofUoe. If it is son* you some arrangement has bfven made and you will not be ; asked to pay_kir it. No. 48. JP\y Friend, MJ©hfs $n)it_)." B^: \WM. An EVENINGS Conversation O.N Socialism. ,(C()!-TKfKl).) J. .S.—Why", a merchant for inst ance, selling goods, is surely entitled to a reasonable profit or he eouldnt Ho business. S.— would like to know where you would draw the line between reason able profit and extortion. If it were possible for the merchant to know exactly how long it would take him to sell a stock of goods, then he could add enough to all the tcosts of every kind so that he and his family could live as well as his cus tomers and no better. But that is impossible, for his trade is not steady, and he makes bad debts, etc. With .socialism^.wherever it was necessary to have goods dispensed there would h a government store same as a post office, and the workers could put u;j the goods for customers its well it they go...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 8 April 1899

I^ioi trial Freed®mrD Published weekly by the Broll.eil.oo_ Co-operative Commonwealth. (Entered at the PtWtofßce, Kdisan, Skagit Oounty, Wash., as second class mail matter.] TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Cop. . One. Year SO ". "' Six Months.... 25 Foreign- sent by members $1 per year., • ■-. EQUALITY, SATURDAY, APRILS He brief: for it is with words as with sun beams. — the more they, are condensed the il -ener the? burn.—SOUTHEY. Do you believe the people ought to rule Monopolies need more denunciation, it helps them. The; Fog Horn of Lansing, Michi gan, came down on us like a sheep en .the fold, and to save trouble, we just put it on our X list. Men who go to congress to steal by means of purchased law, look with COB tempt upon those who steal a little something to eat. Had any of our renders ever ohscrv ed that so soon as we have a volun tary raise in our wages there is a cor responding raise in rent and other ne cessaries? The Algcr-Hanna-McKinley aggre gation arc coopcrators, too, ...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 8 April 1899

National Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EQUALITY, WASH. NATIONAL HOARD OP TRUSTEES. President— E. l'elton, Equality, Wash. Secretary -Oliver P. Darr, Equality, Wash. Treasurer -A. L. Young, Equality, Wash. Organizer— Win. McDevitt Seattle, Wash. Dean— Frank Parsons, Boston, Mass. Editor—D. Burgess, Equality, Wash. Master Workman—S. Han-man, Equality! Wash. Distributer— W. C. Davis, Equality, Wash. Send all funds Intended for Equality Colony to the COLONY SECRETARY, addressed to EQUALITY, WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary B C C, Equality, Wash. We want even-body to read Indus trial Freedom, but if there are per sons who do not wish to do so, we still want them to read some other good socialist paper. Here is a list you can choose from with the cer tainty of getting something good: The People's Paper. Albany, Oregon. Appeal to Reason, Girard, Kansas.' People, 184 Williams St. X, V. News, (daily) Port Angeles Wash. Altruist, St. Louis, Mo. Social Democratic Herald, Bell...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 8 April 1899

I WMMill mmw mns. \ ( 11. W. Halladay President } X O. W. Belknap Secretary 3 J W. B. Boyd Treasurer i 3 W. <.'; it. Randolph ) Bureau of r \ tt.lt. Gilford V Correspond- > s M.Davison I ence. ? J I i WW. Ill*] AN, ) \ Kditor Colony Notes. \ .0. . How to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get PoatoAce Money order on Edison, but ■mil it to C. W. Belknap, at Equality, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble, "-/quality is not ■ money order office. - IMPORTANT NOTICE. AH members of Equality colony have changed their address from _~Hson to X Quality Skagit county, Wash, Remember this when you write. MACHINERY FUND. WOOD WORKING MACHINES. Previously reported I 448 70 Total $ 451 W Childrons industrial School — Previously, reported &2 on Total $3 00 oil you banker or landlord or merchant or ■clerk or farmer or mechanic or miner or la borer you, don';, you want a good shirt on your hack, aren't you partial to warm woolen un derwear; aren't you sensible of the advantage of inca...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 15 April 1899

Do not hesitate to take this pa per out of the Postoffice. If it iT .scut you some arrangement has been made and you will not be asked to pay for it. No. ; 49. An i-Venings Conversation on Socialism. (CONTINUED.) I S. —If the people did not have to R-ork but little they would be com mitting all manner of crimes. You mow the old adage, "The devil finds work for idle hands to do." <*. —That adage is not true. In 1895 10,000 rich people went to Europe pleasure trips and spent $80,000, --[XIO. They had no work to do; noth ing but sightseeing and enjoying themselves, and there was no record of a single one of them committing a mine against the law. They were L-oinmitting moral crimes all the time. The nearer the poor can approach the condition materially that the rich arc in now the less crimes will be commit ted. ••'.;V;-' :;-»V£ * IS. —Well,your theory sounds well, but you can never put it into prac tice. V;V; > '-' S.—"Can't" never did anything; try is the one that succeeds if a...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 15 April 1899

Published weekly by the > BiodieilmiKl Co-operative Coiniiionwcaltli. .r- -TT-:-.:.,- .-I-- __™~:-i^^^; ri--_—_. :—:—!—~% ->. : m\B (Entered .it the Postoffice, Edison, Skaijitj County, Wash., as second class ttiail matter.] TERMS OK St'IISCKII'TION: One Copy. One Year SO '* " six Months -•"> Forcl-jn-^-scnt by members—sl per year. ■[ ____________________ ~ ■ 'e^.j"->~'.~- ' ' EQUALITY. SATURDAY, APRIL 1 5. Be brief: for ii. is with words as with sun ' h v.in- the more the* arc condensed the deeper they burn. SOUTHEY. .. „ „.. Too late, too late! the poof man cries; , He asks his rights, the court delays, Till ruin comes in fearful guise. In vain he pleads, in vain be prays; The law requires too much debate,. And justice comes too late, too late. Anon. ■ — To bis other christian(?)virtues our president is now adding pillage, arson, murder, robbery, all in the name of "benevolent assimilation". What a juggle of words! What hypocrisy! The Xicksur has been temporarily absor...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 15 April 1899

Rational Union Department. HEADQUARTERS, EQUALITY, WASH. NATION AI. HOARD OF THUSTEKS. president—O. E. l'elton, Equality, Wash. Secretary— I*. Darr, '''quality. Wash. Treasurer— A. L. Young, Equality, .Wash.. Organi-ier VVni. McDcvltt Seattle, Wash. Dean— Prof. Prank 'arsons, Boston, Mass. Editor—D. Burgess, Equality, Wash. Master Workman— S. Hamman, I Equality, Wash. I Distributer—W. ('. Davis, Equality, Wash. Send all funds intended for Equality Colony to tho COLONY SECRETARY, Addressed to EQUALITY. WASH. Send all other Funds to National Secretary B C C. Equality. Wash. We want everybody to read Indus trial Freedom, but if there arc per sons who do not wish to do so, we still want them to read <*ome other good socialist paper. Here is a list yon can choose from with the cer tainty of getting something good: The People's Paper, Albany, Oregon. Appeal to Reason j Girard, Kansas. People, 184 Williams St. N, Y. News, (daily) Port Angeles Wash. . . Altruist, St. Louis, Mo. Social De...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Industrial freedom. — 15 April 1899

EiiLiw mmm rotes. H. W. BaUaday President C. W. Belknap..".;' Secretary W. H. Boyd Treasurer W. i. H. Randolph i Bureau of L. L. Q-fard [ Correspond- M.Davison ' ence. Wm. R.OQAM, Kditor Colony Notes. Ms to Send Money to Equality Colony. Get Postoffice Money order on Edison, but .nail it, to C. W. Belknap, at Equality, Skagit county, Wash. This will save us trouble. Equality is not a money order office. IMPORTANT NOTICE. All members of Ecuaiity oolonv have changed their address from Ecllson to E iuaiit) Skagit county, Wash. Remember this when you write. MACHINERY FUND. U'OD!) WORKING MAC]IIN'I'3. Previously reported » 4.">1 •" I. U No I. Neb "0 < >tto Peterson -■' F I.i i.ls . -•"> Mrs. IT. B. Blair 3 00 Owen Philbrick "0 Total I •'"' 40 Children'si Industrial School I'reviouslv reported $3 "" Total *3 "" Comrades Bige Eddy. John Summers and V. J. Piersou were duly elected members of Equality colony. The carpenters are busy putting the shelv ing in tin: new store and pos...

Publication Title: Industrial Freedom
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