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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 July 1913

'"ar-t'S&±3fer ■°t.S VfW&5§iis:y(fl mi M- 251 4 3 5 #J ■? It H ir-. #, aSi ft m THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO UB ONLY BECAUSE WE AR K ON OVR KNEE 8 — LET US ARISE '—ft- T. A. HIOEB T. Bdiior and Ow - SOc per yr: th tbs «f *• (40 weeks) 106 If thia No. is eppoaiw your name your subeciptioD expires next tastie Catered at t)w vllle,Tex.,under tho *et Rocoa4-elMi SM*ter July i,"* at HalletU «t March S, T 1 . J HALIjETTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, J(7LY 12,1913. Col. Mulhall's "i1 i IIhtKIBi fii"'I"• M'&m Coniession. I Col Mulhall, who % ten year* terved as lobhyist and corruption- ikt at the national capitol for the National Manufacturers' Associa- tion, has exposed hia associates in tlie columns of the N. Y. World rind the Chcago Tribune. His ex- posures of congressmen, senators, i millionaire manufacturers and preachers, as high in the church Cardinal Gibbons, has produced - the greatest, sensation of the year. The Benate lobby committee as well ^s the select committee of the hous...

Publication Title: Rebel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 July 1913

1P5- ■HEEL. jt~ BP^v r" \ : s W ltd.- 'm m^WM '"- •. '•■■: XECVTIVE COMMIT- , /*#?* AnuKBWis. naxutuvme, n***, bel has repeatedly point. and My Friendt and Comrades .sV'.S.-'' Iv-i 4l-' JFwA"tf'ii^v.7 ,^2±L nthJ x* F- 1-1 L- . ^|gg|g \ A wise man one time made the following generalization of the political parties of America. He Mid: "The Republican party represents the organized raacahty of our country. " "The Socialist party represent the organized intelligence of our ootmf?5he Prohibition party represents the organized fanaticism of the country. y ' ^ ,, "The Democratic party represents the organized ignorance of the country '' That the wise man had summed up the political parties right few intelligent people will doubt. That he sized up the Democratic party in a sentence is true beyond a possible probable shadow of a doubt. For the benefit of those who would question this statement the Rebel presents this week abundant proof of our contention by telling our readers what has occur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 July 1913

f-W- ■ pIv- ^tl§, ggflt * y.-*% mS -4- - 'if l^::T «* Nil ' A , ' ^•'i Mr? «***! '• r OF* REBS. *■. * ■ —— The battle with the ons ami the olft ifl Wing w lately as ever The Rebel ia in the shape that the Ij£shma«> wa8 one time when he f£gi& nx huskies with his bare hands foe three hoars, and then when h/wM separated from the enemy h® «aid "Thank God, I am holding my own!" That's the shape the Rebel is in now. We are paying our debts and holding our owb; but not making the great pro- gress that we believe the lass of the Rebel is entitled to. One fact we wish to call the at- tention of all Socialists to is that where the cause has been most successful thorn; who were respon- sible for the success used the print- word to reach the masses. W* tauld not decry the value of lee ti^res, soapbox meetings or encamp- ments for one moment. They all have a place in our movement, and atte of immense benefit, but when yiu want to make converts see to it that you get their subs for 25 cent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 12 July 1913

,-^mi ,h* JCSV it 'it - | te 1P- # -$u. r, *. I ^Mfeatlng liij respondence. •'* Kansas City, Mo,, June 19, 1913; t Rebel?— ' , _(; . This leave# us in the middle of , a bard fight hUUnsas City, t came here last nn(^ a8 80011 as spring opemj® started street meetings, they ^>w in numbers and intent, and with our work we made 12 and Oak street corner the mo#t,famous of any in the city. We ' * « *-V: 4 111 iL - |ArtU NEW JEMErtf JOVtitJA- 1ST1C PERILS. - An unexpected development in the Pateraon strike—the obnvietion of a Socialist editor for daring to impugn tbe Paterson police in his Wfeekly Iasue-r^haa resulted in a change ofthe popular temper to- ward the strike-ridden Jersey city and bids fair to bring up the ques- tion of free speech as a national topic. Alexander Scott is the name of jhe convicted editor whose sent ence is indeterminate at from one SS molested ®H1 the lock- ^ out ofthe Union men by the organ- New Tort jsed contractors, for the purpose of breaking up building t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 July 1913

wil - '; HI . i l ■■■ .-! HMMBH '— ' ■ - ■ ,v :i,; := ^.* _|i:;i„vf 1._ VQ-.:.J.: ■\ ' f '■: % •• '; ' • • •. 1 m JSfc?? jfe x- . ■•■ ... 2K373 *wai mssrscnarr red m Mcond-e SSa 11, fct the pcsiotfie* ,Tex.,under fh Ht of ville.Tex. • .'Vi< • :> joteSs ^ ' Li • i~. . V : u ' 1 THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO VB ONLY BECAUSE WE AR E ON OUR KNEE8 — LET U8 ARISE t. a. warn. Mna> m* r> tr'\ •Oe tr jr: «taw * f(«0 win) tit If tht« No. is opposite your nan* f ryj your sobaeiptkm expire* next issue 1 U / HALLETT8V1LLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 19, 1913. . . No 106 I Whenever a mitioi^ is on the verge of a mighty change symptoms 0) nrfrest of the strorf «o ,t character are found within all organiza ic stro^j tical anf tions, both {Political accepted, and wecin tf cannot fail to note thj great organization I Last year we w like a rubber ball and strike Imck. But if you lay your hands on the top of our heads and press down inch by inch we will sink to the coiYomic. This historical truism i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 July 1913

■i . ■.v;:- ■ ■" ' -r mm THE BE, K; S§ I wml'l fc- R'ivvl*' $ Mr i: TO THE BEBEL WOEEBBB.WHp FOB MOBB TEAS TWO ***** BENT THE BUBS INTO TEI8 OFFIOE ANDi THUS ENABLED Wf ¥0 CAEEX ON OUE FI9ET AT TEIB END OF THE LINE, THIS MESSAGE IB ADDBE8- BED " -;■■■*-■ - J: Yob all know tlut tiu iWMi of the RfM hss been the rts frumds, the d*pair of it* enemies and a lively topic for among ms^is|iara builders in the Sooth. Beginning with a trivial amount of capital, we hare built up a uLsqispin without blot or Menu* that has meeseded in den* to educate the southern worker than all the other papas, published in the ootton kingdom, put together. Brwry fight that labor bee engaged in during the life of the Bebei has been our fight snd without In- dulging in mock benjios we bare joyously plunged into the fray be^ asm* that ia what we are here for—the fighroflabwbettles is our mission. Krery intelligent worker knows that the arm of the labor fighters hi paralysed, uniem he has a press that will fight h...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 July 1913

g 5K? («S.i , : V.'l nr;«p <w wfewii! a !EBS. li-' & $ .*r '•". i'',*$$ I • v . Zhmjir.Mm ■ * i M I&££ ition man and the ed- ; ^ usual differenre of opinion thid week due to the fact that the circulation man wanted more space than the editor was yiHing to give, finally the old man allowed me to break in on another column ia which you will finda statement ol our position. Read that itatement carefully and then proceed to act Some of our big sup getters thin week are A. H. Dobbs, 0. L. Bangel, Wm. A88AS8INA*W TION OP JOHN W. JSROWN. I Texas Notes. we cannot secare a line ' • ^REKf,« ®tate See R00^ alias News, the Houston ( STAYS ENCAMPMENTS. from IbS Post, the Ft. Worth Record, the San Antonio Express or the Waco Times Herald or the Houston Chronicle, The Rebel is in a posi- tion to state that ho compromise iklahoma Notes. [. M. Sinclair, See., Oklahoma, Ok. Huntington, six days, August 5 to 10, V«w Locals for tfct Wwk. Tahlequah in Cherokee County, 14 | members, w. H Willl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 19 July 1913

wmmwfWRf I , \ '-;f£ mM f [' jjj3B«5ffig%al VSi'.SS1 ^i" 5V^ ,„. &:3B%Mm (Wiui^k Foi'tai Itewn,.)>;-../ . /.(By Edmh Brenholte.) Up and down, uj *jira down,,,. ^ Teetered, twitted, by the Clown: "Who's somebody in this Town, Symbolist_ Hfe :* , Wt; Sit you steady; grip, and ait !— So, you're jolted,' dumpt; You're ) IT. ' \ •. ! "■ 'V*,'* f< $y. 1 , Careful, or you're in the ditch! Blinded, stumbling, black as pitch Touch not US: We're clean and rich, ■ I-'\'"T Faster, faster, up and down; Teetered, jolted, by the Clown- You're nobody in this Town. \ Something wrong with any man Tumbled thus; he's lesser than Those' aboard. Get on: you can. Mount that other teeter there, Bolted tight—forghat's but fair. Why smirch USt Don't stand and stare. Say we shoved you off the end; Jolted you a purpose f Friend, Be a Sport; good wishes send. Faster, faster, tip and down, Teetered, trampled, by the Clown; There'8 another done up brown. t «y * Slain outright Don't stop the sport. ' / L...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 July 1913

reported 23, Sftha test week. .357 .279 ilctein for the week ... Total No. subscribers this date 3 95 -j ■ ... MiMmi • S5R8£ ,\.£, THE GREAT APPEAR GREAT TO U8 ONLY BECAUSE Wt AR E ON OUR KNEES - LE? U 8 A hi BE *. A. •Oc per jrr naes «f • *0 wesks) 9t< If tbk No. m t pomts your name your anboeipn.rc «pir >t next issue 108 Entered as at ths ville,Tex.,under HALLETT8V1LLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY, JULY 26, 1913. Mo 107 s and th«, Magdalene From the N;r Y. American (Dcm.) Debt Bat Made on Interesting Ex- periment. It is a Lesson and R*- buke by the Socialist Candida*# /or President. A Chance /or Preachers to Express Their Opinion—And a Chance for Our Readers to Express THEIRS. last yea* 901,873 American* voted to make Debs president of the United States. He ran on the Socialist ticket. Those that voted for him look upon him as a great leader, a wonderful genius. Those that did not vote for him Xlm and who know him consider him an honest, well-meaning iflan, too much inclined to believe ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 July 1913

*.&-*; , •• "■ .f : •)• •,•. 4 ?j£| ■ ;fJSfeftriSry; al, j SIpfcsK.. s*"' d ■ ■'.':Mis',4,"J)" "-.y;4;-.•• \m ■ ■■■ ) ■" "V'V 7 • V ,"- • .;v.. ' . % - * JslSSSB Jni • ■ ■ • \ ■■■ .. -,v ■■■-^■"- . I crowded competitor and gradually CABINET f I don't know it all I am ■imply -a student of this great question. I •am serving as best I can and my are ready for the light, and I thank that man, no matter who he tie, who can add to the flame of the torch I bear. If there is a single thing yon can think Qf that cannot be produced in abundanoe, name it Bread clothing* fuel—every- thing. Nature's storehouse is full to the surface of the earth. All of the ■raw materials are deposited hen •in abundant. We have the most •marvelous machinery the world has -ever known. Man haa long since beoome master of the natural forces and made them work for him. Now he has but to touch a button and the Wheels begin to spin and the machinery to whiri and wealth is produced on every {hand in increasing abnh...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 July 1913

fflWm - v\ Jrw; r-.j (■ stefe m* Hllsi &W?* J: •• mm r-.«:vy -.;v. :;;r t- . —i'.ii. ■J ■'■ ■au—jl'U-avii'iU' ..'f^ji'i-ii'i-w.'. >r this is the longest drawn out fight that we have ever been en- gaged in. We are not advancing or retreating- just holding oar own and to be perfectly frank with you we regard this a* a dadgummed abame. If The Beb^l was losing J.!-- If it was not maintained at 4U usual pitch of excellence there might be some reason for our Rebs ,|^ing up in their work, but in as much as the Rebel grows better «aeh week and we are working our- selves to a frazzle to produce the best paper in America we feel that you should come to our assistance. We have said before now that with a hundred thousand circulation we could make the powers that be' work to the end that some remedial legislation along land lines would be adopted. As you all well know we never beg or whine but we must call your attention to the fact that you are 4osing a tremendous opportunity for the be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 26 July 1913

Ill ,vV-v mm p§ ^S*jvjS s%^k1bi ?X''"- A I mrnm cf : *.. j'l,. mot ft. A. Dague.) i grog 6## fr, WK& nn' m July 4 1913, "John D Rockefeller was named M aprospective convert' to Social- ly principles by Dean W. Small/ head of the department pf sociology at the University of Chicago, in a lecture?; on 'The Strength and Weakness of Socialism' yesterday serted that Sfr. Rockefeller and oth er great capitalists were likely to recognize sooner than much poor-, efr men the 'fallacy of modern cap- italism.' "The educator declared that the possessors of millions must soon see the injustice in the present proper- ty and inheritance laws. He af- firmed that these laws were lad- ing the country toward social bank- ruptcy, -=z=^_—_ "Mr. Rockefeller may be a So- ittitii in tk present in the world that] X loaned to in- i|| Th^jr are, weapon our last lega the best .. < , mighty tottering, shaky legs are these. Th« future has only a definite mortgage value—we can borrow amly w long at there i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 August 1913

Total subs previously reported .23.396 No. expiring subs last week . .232 Hew robe iMt week 215 Loss for the week i .. .11 Total No. subscribers this date 23,378 Entered m second-class matter July 1, 1011, at the postoffice at Halletts- ville,Tex.,under the act of March 8, '79 Died Last Night. ?. A. bok11 a*iMf and Owner. •Oe for yr MM ef • v+C ik, if this No. u poosm your name your subeeiption expiree next ievoe THE GREAT APPEAR ORB AT TO OB ONLY BECAUSE WE Ah BOS OVR KNEES — L&T US ARISE. ((fT HAJMTTSVILLE, TEXAS, SATURDAY AOGJJST 2, i913 Senator l'auius Was nooded witll HM UIHUU" us. an<T nil iiMfl Ui Wit of men have a right to get things Written For The Rebel. J. Wl Godwin aged 00, died last night in the hospital ward of the county jaiL The deceased had been adjudged insane some weeks ago.—Courier Light, July 25,1913. "Died in County J art Hospital. Thos. Goodwi n,an old time aec- tion foreman, died in the hospital ward ol the county jail last night, where he Was being ca...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 August 1913

gsKasB RES ©ft MBSR " > lAk VUmt lex**, July «, 19U. U- Oear KtM:— v* "• • Please send B>e petition blaaks for 600 names. I will ctorm the governor with, that nuf uim. Yours for the Revolution; L. V. TuU, Lake View, Route 1, Texas. • • • Editor of the Rebel, HailetUville, Ten •: Hiokey, I an a four-year Bob, and cant stay hu hed any lonfK. 1 wish every men on earth oould raad the BAd, or at leaat aa many of than aa [ Can help got op. Now,'they're or. ganized here end I can't get tee darn fools to take your paper (the donks, I mean,) but I fell on this plan to foroe it on them through yon. For you know who they are and where they are and you can locate then through locals. How, here is my part of the mony chat will pay for 10 mm 40-mfMk tubs at club rates, with the to you and a request to every sr. Seed in your neighbors names with a money order aed the The Bebel will do the test Let me say one mote weed co the subscribers of The Bebel: Yen will never have another in ail the wo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 August 1913

■I ■ ~ '%* ( 5/1; -w Thh wMk we mke aalight de- cn$m, but &om the figure* at h^ul we blow that we will go up a potch next, issue. This battle with ft iK- Renter's Uuion. State that is akin to a paradise. Many methods could be employ- ed |o bring about this condition B. O. Mlitem, ■ee.-TnMjEUUattrnii* | that would be iA keeping with good government. Just how to pro- Worb work, while you can, be-1oeed- 1 wi!L,!etTe *? your fore the iron heel of landlordism Iment thft the d« is surdy to put pre88e8 ^ down"^ forbidsTou'mu8t dan* befop* long- To **** | to organize as it attempts in so Pl«w> look at!ra??y pUc™- 1 *m. Mrr>' to "7 PV tuur. ia the head.! «n ito-wlw ia* to renew hu lnt et- L.. ta M it attempts in ao If" "J •* taw th« people feel — i . . . xl™, -—i am sorrv t mv I tovt&rd this state of affair, I will ery forty weekB. P eaee look at with TOme. degree of guc(^g *** point you to a resolution, whifch the number ot yoQr label and see | Read the stirring letters from w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 2 August 1913

r ' < j ,■/!■, \ gl RkSMI 5:f v *::>■ •fcjfiffjff' pjpppi^®S§f- :':,®A p$rv#z&'-<&z :fy5^H^-.:';- t* i*- 'W- - - - •r ' . ' u" v~r; ."'TTT •. . -.",tV7V ■ ••• ••••.''•',!••••' ta*wr MX> rrjrm cju«& ' g (By Bngw^V. Deb*.) Then has never been a tree peo- ple, a cirilixed nation, a real re- public on this earth. Human so- ciety has always consisted of mis- ters and slaves and the slaves have always been and are today, the foundation stones of tha social fab- ric. Wage labor is but a name; wage- alavery is the fact The twenty-five millions of wage-workers in the United States are twenty-fire millions of twen- tieth slaves. This is the plain meaning of what is known as The, Labor Market. And the labor market follows the capitalist flag. The most barbarous fact in all Christendom is the labor market. The mere term sufficiently ex- presses the animalism of commer cial civilisation They who buy and they who sell in the labor market a«a alike dehu- manized by the inhu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 August 1913

W- • •• • ■ iii: 2i$ftfc . - : irr^rMp^irr- 3$s '%S&,■ iS&fST- 2ii_~wU-_-i. ~i_ -iECT. pi SSBfr? #fl .-•: ?-t wpSpiraw; $■ Sf .-,■; ■ ^isfil •t . ■ ~ ■ ■ .J® -s? .##« .,-• V .•• ' '' '•; ■ ■",: • ; v> y-.s\ - -•■■.■ ' ?; • - ''" —i■ - V-' ' ■'- ' r} V ■'' A V |p« $§$$?•: •4V -. Ifi "J NB&2I I. ''' 'W .jii'i Tj£fci-y&4' r$! Mp; ■f?,7, ■-• np°ti9d ■&&£—* Loss for the week. j Totoi No. subscribers this date" aM SSiflie* ^ 3 > 3 9 8 ii§sf^ Wili , v J fli •s %:#!;'■- lr- . ■ !■■■; , •■'-'/ i r« ■ " * '"jt* ,'F «. * ' }• $n ; y . r;v ^ ^JA ■■*■ ■ \ .: .:tt r r J nter 1011, at the ▼ill®,Tex,under PMtoffittl ..at HalWtt* the act «f MwA I, 7® Renters Union IT. . The usual Renters Union column j telling of our progress and growth will not appear this week because i E. 0. Meitzen, the secretary-tr©a§ . I urer of the Renters Union, is ab- sent from his desk on account of | his attendance at the Farmers Un- j ion convention that opened in San Antonio last Monday mor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 August 1913

lllilif - • ■ an Hr w i Poyfcrty fax the—■—- - «• - % . ■ Stmssstm^^^r hy jjjg s&tr^assrss mzzzBz*$% are tbe nghU on* saw in the beau- tnA! itoanta utiHi tom who tiful Yakima valtojr. True,, this through longyears of is not a universal condition, for pomtment have learn^th* stern there aw thow who, in the lucky bason JESffJSSfe years that were successful in get- : «i^^2^SwJ2m?Sr m? ting something ahead. But from JJF£.¥JES^Sr ?5" one end of the wonderfully fertile DEB MODERN WAGE SLAV- valley to the other there is pover- ERY, ! Th« aire and ute b mmerce Cellars fuU of rotten apple* and «nny of. renters. They have lived man- soil here of cor cannot fool this Hp sfe m the ques- will jail the _ will not down. < Tha J,settlement in Ta**4 more fur' oil, tothe flames. it far more in this question than the average man sees; the whole So- cialist philosophy, if it were boiled ;nto the fewest possible word*, is expressed in the Marxian dictum Said down in the oommunist mani- tvalwy, 1 ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 August 1913

5TOHP? mWMBi mm ipSi sfSB awraMf-tt !aMa!Sw tinues with nwreased fury. On tins | between ^ working class (h ^ ^ CLASS-CONSCIOU3NE8&. A class-conscious socialist is one I. W. W. PRESS WASTED. end ot the bn* we#aredoing ourjclag8j Wli tfae capitalist class on best and white mencan do no more. I the economic and political field. Of course we are disappoints that The capiuOixt elan i« trying to „ arc BOt goto* «J ">/ 1 P« «nd „„ .j, j, „„ from th, pn&£ rf bounds to (lie hnEdiwd tbousauil fljy tenghtontog the boon of mark but we console ourselves by reducing wages and paying realizing that not one P P«r in five as little as possible for raw materr- thousand reaches that lofty heigh haj an<j ^e products of the farm, and it may he for the best that we The working class on the other do not climb too quickly. It is said hand is trying to secure as large that when Spencer had completed a 8hare of tie product of its pro- his 16 volumes that formed his duct M possible. The more th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Rebel — 9 August 1913

X'V Be?-- ft* ' 1 mM* Mpr— wBm*0 PPr' ®K : HrS: A j IjfcAr-. Wi •- '• I Br J$j|Mug** Deb*.) Do you know what I expect to ft «mT I expect to sad a general strike in th* city 0f Chicago. I would rather see it there than in any other city, in America; any other city in th* world. The capita lists are drunken with their power. They ait running things to suit themselves, and they lire going to keep the working class in subjection just as the rem- nants of the Indians are kept on the reservations out on the plains. And if you object they are so com- pletely in control that they can club you, or they can jail you, or kill you if necessary. 1 want to see the' time when the workers of Chicago will be so thor- oughly organized in their economic capacity that they can quit work and paralyze industry for just twenty-four hour? and when they are organized well enough to do that they will have every capita ist in the city and nation suing for peace. When they are organize* well enough to do that ...

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