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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 December 1907

THEMARTYR Theybourn! me to the biting rack,^Till pain with too much pain suc^^cumbed; The.stinging cords upon my back^Stung till my senses were benumbed. Istayeil my breath to meet the smart^Of flames along my quivering limbs;^But what was that which kept my^heart Stillbeating to the sound of hymnst Theymade me one among their slaves^Companion of the worse-than-dcad; Defiantstill 1 showed the knaves^With that which stood me in good^stead. They slew my kindred], fobbed my^house, Iwalked :i hungered in the streets;^Yet in my heart I could carouse^With nectar and ambrosial meats. Theyseek to know by what strange^power Istill do breathe a freeman's breath,^Whjose hearts, that understand not,^cower Hcforethe LIBERTY OF DEATH. MichiganCzars. Upin Hancock, Mich., some local^capitalist ^statesmen^ have just^jtasscd an ordinance to the effect that^no person or assemblage of persons^^^hall carry or exhibit... .any flag or^symbol... .teaching against or toward^the destruction of the organized ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 12 December 1907

I \ State Department Mabieremembers tho Sabbath day^by sending ten (tubs from Butte. ComradeCarton of Rathdrum sends^in hii^ sub for one year. T.Donnelly of Rock Spring*, Wyo.,^wants the News for one year. Topelof Boteman orders $9.00 of^due Btamps for the local. ComradeWetmer, member at large,^^emlfi in five months dues. TheSt. Regis Lumbermen's union^orders a bundle of ten copies for one^year. ComradeDavis, secretary of Local^Butte, sends in $13 donations to the^News. ComradeCummings sends in a bunch^of ^even from Almy, Wyo. Those coal^diggers are all headed towards social^^ism. C.C. Smith of Glasgow was a visitor^at the News office, while here, he re^^newed his subscription and one year's^dues as a member at large. ComradeEttien of Wyoming renews^his sub to the News. Ettien is one of^the strongest supporters that the News^has in Wyoming. J.E. Williams of Limedale orders^the News for a year. Nev^^^. before^in the life of the News have single^subscriptions come in so numerously^as ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 December 1907

MONTA JS A NEWS. OWNEDAND Ptni.lSHl D BY THE SOCIALIST PAR T Y OK MO^I ANA VOL.TI. H1L1NAMONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 19 1*07. NO.6 Darrow'sPlea to the Jury for the Life of Adams YourHonor, Qentlomen of the Jury: Ihave been somewhat linbereslted^and possibly amused at what I sup^^pose was the argument that has^preceded me in this case. Mr. Knight^has told you how young and inexper^^ienced ho is. I think, his argument^shows it; still wo all learn some things^in the books before wo begin practic^^ing law. Amongst those we learn that^a prosecutor should tell in a plsiu,^straightforward way, what he 'thinks^are the reasons^what he thinks is the^evidence^that finds the defendant^guilty. Adefendant pleading for a man's^life may be excused for some things;^he often goes furthrr'than he ought.^I do, many limes. Many t{nn I I^regret it. But if you are pleading^for a itmn's life you can be excused;^but it' you are trying to take it away,^that is another thing. Aprosecutor should be judicial; h...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 December 1907

MONTANANEWS, HELENA, MONTANA. THBWWOMA N1WS. IDACI IAZIXTT J.r. MABUC.^Aaa^*t*t* Editor 04 Year Sac JSc Oaaoaat per capr la eaodleo ap to 5(0 Nationa' b*aa4^aartera, afaaloa Baraea. Sec^retar^ Beeat 30OJS2. Berltton Bids.. Dear^eon St.. Calcaa-e. UL StateTUedqurter*. Jaa. D. Gimkaat. Hecro^^tary. IS Park Atwm. Datoaa. Meat. 5TATBCABINET GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^]. F. Mabie^George Wesleder^T. J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston JRAOfcj competentfor us to show where he^was and prove where he ^was; and^that is what wc have done in this^eaae. And I have not heard the alibi^discussed; I have heard it talked^about; I have heard Mr. Knight say,^^Why, if you should sustain this alibi,^the Heavens would fall^'^that was^not exactly what he said. He said,^^the Blue Imperial Arch^^that is^not quite it, but it is as near as I^can recall it^now, what the ^Blue^Imperial Arch^ ia, I don't know, but^that is what is going to fall, as Mr.^Knight says, if you sustain this alibi.^Let us ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 December 1907

MONTANA.NEW8, HELENA, MONTJlNA. nobodycan tell.| But can you say be^^yond a reasonable doubt, upon any^Identifications in thia case that tboae^bonea are Kred Tyler's bones or those^clothes are hist If the Stfcte wanted^to prove something definite, why^didn't it save the shoe; why didn't^It save the bones of the finger, if^there was onef It is a strange circum^^stance that the only things that could^have proven it are not hare, which^makes me think these are built from^their imaginings and nothing else. Issy, gentlemen, there is no man^upon bis judgment and his conscience^could determine beyond a reasonable^doubt or anywhere near it that those^bones are Fred Tyler's bones. Sup^^pose Fred Tyler had taken out a life^insurance policy for hi* mother before^he went away ^to fight cougars^ and^this skeleton had been found, do you^suppose the life insurance company^would ever have paid that policyf^Would they have felt satisfied that^Mrs. Thomas had proven her son's^death t Would any Court ...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 19 December 1907

MONTANANEWS to^sweat^ him. Gentlemen,you can imagine the re^^sult. The law booka are full of these^eaaee. It take* a very lively imagina^^tion for a man to figure out what he^would do if he wan looked up in the^penitentiary aix days, by people who^had no regard for the law, who had no^regard for their oath of office, waa^conatantly beset by a man like Or^^chard; was refused all e^mi in umen^^tion* with frienda or anybody who^eould help him, and then at the end^o^ that time taken oat ami turned over^to the tender mercies of Defective^MeParland! Mr.Knight haa told you what would^happen if you did not believe this^^confession.^ What do you think, Cntlemen.would happen if you did^lieve itt Now, we lawyers are al^^ways apt to tell a jury that there ia a^great deal more import anee in a ques^^tion than there really is. Let me ask you gentlemen if a^warden of the State Penitentiary^eould send out and take any eitizen,^contrary to law, a citizen who had^not committed a crime, a eitizen^agai...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 December 1907

I f _MONTANA NEWS, AMDPV^L4ftMK^ BY TU SOCIALIST PARTY Of MOffTAKA HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 26 1*7. Ma7. GRANDSTAR WITNESS Boise,Ida., Dec. 11, 1007. Orchard,the grand atar in the pro^^secution'a caat, waa placod on the^atand thia morning. He came in look^^ing trim, dapper, well-fed and well-^groomed, wearing a new, tailor-made^auit of brown. Only two guards ac^^company him thia time, whereas last^fall there were six. However, a guard^stood at the door for the first time^during the trial, and Reynolds, Four-^gun Jack and several of the old gun^^men faces were in the room. Thisman has been kqut in fhe^greatest comfort possible by the state^for two years solely to be used as a^tool to break down the great labor^union. Thehall lias been crowded to euffo-^cation ever since he came on the stand.^Some Slimy Tale. Histale was substantially the same^as in the Haywood trial, Mr. Hawley,^in his questions, reading from the^transcription of the former proceed^^ings. Orchard,or Albert H...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 December 1907

THRWMtSMA NFTWs. IHVWBHaBKLY. 15PARK ATI. P. O. BOX Q08 IDACSOVCa-MAZLCTT J.F. NAME,^A ^^^^*^^^ Kdlior 5VBSC8IPTIONS: OmY^a^ 5oc BUafoatka ISc Oaacaat per eopr la bandlaa ap ta 5S0 Natloaa'tfaadqaaxtara. maaloa Baraea. Sec-^nurr Room TTUVJoa. BoyUtoa Bid*.. Dear-^tan St. Chicago. 111. StateHaadqaartafa, J km. D. Graham. Secre^^tary. 15 Park A Tea a*. Ifetana. Mant. MOKTANA KEWB, HELEMA, MOHTANA STATECABINET. ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls GeorgeAmbrose^John Home^). F. Mabie^George Wesleder T.J. Rooney Livingston AnotherSkirmish in the Class Stru^fcle OnTuesday of last week six scabs^working for the Bell lelephonc com^^pany in Butte were taken from their^work by a band of working men,^marched two miles out of town towarJ^Silver Bow and told to go and never^to return. It is said the band was^composed of union men which we sup^^pose is true as they acted with a cour^^age which would not be expeeted of^scabs. Muchhas been said by the daily^press about the ^illegality^ of this^act and t...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 December 1907

MONTANA.NEWB, HXLEKA, MONTANA. HEREAND NOW. Tomeet the world with vision true,^undimmed; Tobreast the stream, with faith in^every stroke; Toyearn for mate, fair-browed and^goddess-limbed,^To play with us the game or bear^the yoke; Todrink Life's wine with satyr-smil^^ing lips, Orsip Life's gall with ne'er a ruf^^fled brow;^To woo the sun, or the wintry wind^that nips,^It not for other days and climes,^but for here and now. Tofill each hour with ripe and golden^thought, Orwith loose rein let restive Fancy Tosearch for Peace, or, if she comes^unsought,^To welcome her like flow'rs that^garland May;^To kiss bright Joy, take Pleasure by^the hand,^Or bravely 'neath Fate's bludgeon-^ings to bow;^To list to sounding harps, or bask on^shining strand,^Is not for other days and climes, but^for here and now. Tosow the seed, to reap the yellow^grain; Tograft the tree, or pluck the mel^lowed fruit;^To ride o'er land, or sail the billowy^, main,^To love all flesh^the man, the bird,^the brute;^To d...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 26 December 1907

MONTAHA lfKWB State Department LocalGreat Falls orders a bundle^of ten for ten weeks. ButteWorkingmens' Union ordert^100 oopies wirth Barrow address. TheButte Electrical Workers union^^ rders a bundle of 100 copies each^^s^k for one year. ComradeKruse of Boseman sends^in two subs this week snd writes that^i lis lovial is building up a first class^Hoaialist library. Mabiewent to Great Falls Satur^lay and on Monday in came a letter^irom him with $5.00 and ten subs. Alarge consignment of new type^rome to the News office this week,^which will enable us to turn out a^greater variety of job work. BranchNo. 3 (Finnish) of Butte^tok in thirteen new members at their^I ^gular meeting on Dec. 14. No hoc^tit about this. Beats six months of^-.ilk. ComradeCragg sends in $5.00 from^I.owistown to supply on Comrade Haz-^'itt't defense fund. He says he is a :tlelate but it was owing to sick-^. I'M. Bill might be late at times but^nover misses helping when there is^Miything to be done. Aletter from He...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 2 January 1908

MONTANANEWS. Abolishtba Capi^^talist System Aft*PVBLIMUW BY THE SOCIALIST PARTY OF volu hkijlnamontaka, thubsday, january 2 no.8 WHATTHE STRIKE MEANS Underthe above caption tho ^Ne^vada Workman^, organ of tho miners'^union at Goldficld, has published a^clear synopsis of the causes that leJ^to the present disagreement between^mine operators and their employees. Thepoints are specified as follows: 1.Tho minors do not refuse to ac^^cept cashiers' checks simply because^those checks are unusual, but they do^demand that the employers of labor^^hall back those checks with a reason^^able guarantee of their value as a^medium of exchange. t.The mino owners have absolutely^refused, after having beeu given ev^^ery opportunity to do what is right,^to guarantee that the paper issued by^them in payment of their employees'^wages, will bo secured by the product^of the miners' labor, by the property^of the mine owners, or by any tangible^or legitimato security. 3.The cashiers' checks issued in^the to...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 2 January 1908

V i MONTANA NTTWB, HELEHA. MOHTAWA. MANWVT* IHVH W^bk1.^. 15pah* ATM. r.o. box 908 lcl IDAc! AZUDTT J.r NAME.^A ..^^+^*^ Editor 5TATBcabinet. GaorgaArabroaa^John Homo^J. F. Mabis^Gax^rge WttJeder T.j. Room* ButteBillings^Chico^Great Falls^Livingston Christmasmorning knowing that in^11 this broad land there is not one^outcast unfed and unprovided for.^Then the tiger in man will sleep and^we may indeed have peace on earth^and good will among men. Socialists,above all other men,^ought to be willing to wait for re^^sults. Believing as we do that the^material conditions surrounding a man^are the man's factors in forming his^opinions and believe we should not ex^^pect sudden changes in these opinions.^It takes time to overcome opinions^once formed, and the opinions result^^ing from certain material conditions^may linger long after those conditions^have changed, especially where the^changes are hidden or disguised by^false teachings. Yet we often hear a attackof the common enemy. Theworkin...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 2 January 1908

/ YOU! Whenthe moon cornea out and the soft tanshine,^It it then, somehow, in this soul of mine, Theregrowe the thought of You.^When the last soft sigh of the night bird'serj,^And the voices of the highways fade^and die,^I wonder^if you^are true. Whenthe morn's first sunbeam softly^falls Acrossmy eyelids, and the ringdove^calls, Whenthe grass is wet with dew,^When the whole world wakes to a newerday,^And calls to labor and calls to play,^It is than^I think^of You. Whenthe high moon comes, and the sun'sfierce beat^Adda weight to the weary, the rush^ing feet^Of men in the busy mart.^When I must witness the bitter fight,^Must see the wrong usurping the right, Youmake me brave^my Heart.^^Josephine Conger-Karoeko Livingston,Mont., Dec. 20, 1907^To the Montana News: Comrades:The class struggle be^^tween the employing class and the^wage slave is coming up for consider^^ation. To show you how the Citizen*^Alliance love the working men of this^city, it will be well to note how they^patronize...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 2 January 1908

State Department ComradeWielanda of Maiden geti^in with two subs this week. ComradeKruae of Bozrman gets in^with two subs this week. LocalLivingston orders $6.00 of due^^ ^amps and pays $6.00 for advertising. Weexpect to put Comrade Baker^of Livingston on the road soliciting^^ubs for the News. ComradeDecker of Dean sends in $3^fur due stamps and fifty cents for^'omrade Hazlett's defense fund. ComradePeters sends in for eighty^!ue stamps for branch one Local Bed^I .'^dge. ComradeYoung of Belt gets busy^aid tends us in five subs from the big^osl camp of Cascade county. TheCampbells are coming from^North Dakota with two subs this^I ek ComradeCampbell of North Dakota^M nda us in a couple of subs from the^nd of wheat. Come-often-Luehmann of Helena is^ick to his old tricks and turned up^. t the News office with two subs. Aletter was received on Christmas^^rning from Maine wishing us a^lorry Christmas and containing $5.00^r subs Frank is a terror on subs. tfabiesent in $30.00 for subs last...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 9 January 1908

MONTANANEWS. UfaILnoriMa ut^rw Aborts*the Capi^^tally System PVL4M1EB ^Y THE SOCIAJUtT PAXTY OF MOvfTANA VOL.IX HJ.L1NAMONTANA, THttHDAY, JANUARY 9 IWH. NO.10 C0LDF1ELDGRAND JURY ACTS Specialto the Montana News Ooldfleld,Nev., Dec. 29, 1907 At^Piterday'h session the girtiud^jury of Esmeralda county, of which^Gcuige Wingfiehl, the vice-president of^the Consolidated Mines company, is a^member, formally passed a resolution,^recommending thai a r^l of arhitra^tion he appointed to act on the indus^^trial situation. Itis suggested that the hoard con^^sist of twelve men, four to he selected^by the mine owners, four by the miners^and these eight to select four others. Theminers have signified their will^^ingness at all times to meet the mine^owners in conference. President Ma-^honey says they are not seeking any^audience with bodies that ignore them^but the operators will find them ready^to listen to any adfUMi The^Nevada Workman,^ the organ^of (ioldficld Miners' union, is getting^a good de...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 9 January 1908

mowTUfAtncwB, helma, .Ottawa. THKMONTANA NWW8. 15PARK AT^. P. O. BOX O08 IDACROVCH IIAZIXTT J.r. NAME. ^tailor VBtfCKIPTTONai *aTew MsMoatae On*mi par e^n^7 baaslaa ap ta 9M Natlooa'Haadqaartara, ataaloa Baraas. Ih-^retary. loom jnrt-JOO. Hwlwi BISf . D^t-^tora St.. Catea#a. 111. StaMtHadqaamn, J a*. D. ^rah^m. Sacra-^tary. 15 Para Avaama, fJaSaaa. Maat. STATECABINET. ButteBillings^Ckico^Great Falls .reorge ArabroM^John Horne -^J. F. liable^George Wealed er^T. J. Rooney Livingston OOVRENMENT BY INJUNCTION. Weaxe opposed to government by^Injunction. We are opposed to any^method of jurisprudence which makes^a Czar of a judge, allow him to make^arbitrary laws, and sentence men to^jail for violation of his self-made law.^We are opposed to government by in^^junction because it deprives a man of^the right of a trial by a Jury of his^peers. We do oppose and will oppose^any and all acts of court or king sub^^versive of democratic institutions and^destructive of all liberty. movementsubstant...

Publication Title: Montana News
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Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 9 January 1908

MONTANANEWS, HELENA MONTANA THEDAWN OF SOCIALISM. Slowly,gently fade* the darkness,^In the East the first soft light Ofthe glorious day of freedom^Breaks upon my longing sight. Spreadingout upon the heavena 'till ittips the western hills^With a warm and glorious radiance; brigthernow the earth it fills. Tillthe night of self and suffering^fades before the glorious light, Andexploiting and monopoly take^their everlasting flight. Thersthe social flag of freedom^floats upon the breeee of morn, Andthe slaves of trust an 1 sweat^shop lift their eyes with hope new^^born. Lifttheir eyes to see the dawn of^freedom's bright and glorious day; Throughthe social evolution all^oppression panned away. Comefrom out coagested cities,^breathe a breath of purer air, Qazeupon the works of Nature,^learn the lessons written there. Freefrom slavery then their reason^Nature's law may understand, Dimlyseen through misty ages, 'tis^the brotherhood of man. Andmethinks this inspiration had^enthused the poet's...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 9 January 1908

\ State Department WatchGreat Falls for real construc^^tion work during the next few months. BillCragg of Fergus county fires in^two subs this week. Mabii-sent in a New Year's greet^ing ten subs and $5.00 to pay for same. ComradeI'alsgrove of Great Falls^^ends in $9 for due stamps. ComradeBiggs of California sends^in $1.00 for subs this week. Ixeal Great Falls is getting ready^to form ward organizations. Ourreliable Butte secretary, Henry^Davis, sends in (11.65 for due stamp*^and subs and S4.50 for the equipment^fund. Com.aileMabie is stirring thingn^op iD Cascade county. At 8toekett^he succeeded in getting the Miners'^I'nion to subscribe for fifty copies of^the News for one MM, TheGreat Falls Socialists have had^among them recently Comrade Wil^^liams. :i mi ruber of the Texas Socialist^party. All regret that he took his de^^parture so soou. He gave a glowing^account of the movement in Texas.^He ha* the best wishes of all the com^rades. Acommittee has been appointed by^the great Fal...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 January 1908

4Ym MONTANANEWS. MYTOT SOCIAOBT PAJtTY OF OL,ft HELENAMONTANA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 16 t*W. NO.11 Socialisiir- andLabor TheBallot and Not Terrorism the^Only Effective Weapon of^the Working Class AddressDelivered Before Goldfield^Miners' Union by Ida Crouch-^Hazlett of Helena Comradesand Brothers: Sincewe are just in receipt of the^good news of the acquittal of Charles^Moyer it seems as though it might be^fitting that bis meeting should be turn^^ed into a jubilee to celebrate the ex^^oneration of our comrades from the^heinous charge that have been heaped^upon them . Theverdict of the Boise jury it a^testimonial to the fact that the work^^ing class is learning to use the capi^^talist weapon^it is learning how to^handle the courts to the utter confus^^ion of its powerful enemies. The de^^termination with which the working^class have raised money, employed the^ablest legal talent obtainable, availed^themselves of every legal measure and^followed up very clue in defense of^the men through w...

Publication Title: Montana News
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Montana news. — 16 January 1908

\ MOHTAHA.Na. WB. KMUUA, MWWfTAflA. IUK MONTANA NWS. ^wl uid PubllahaS by Sh^ JwtalW^Party W^ Ma*^Sasa^. ISSUKOWIIK.I T. *riCEI5PARK AVE. F. O. BOX 908 i*im)at the PoM OSWa far inwmMlM^tarcm^h thr mall at aaaaaa eUaa rataa. Nridraaaall romnaalcaMaaa aae maha all^MSB paraWr ^^ the Moaaaata Newa. *ualnae Managar. Js^^ D. Graham.^Stivta Sm ratary. IDACROVCH-HAZIXTT Mm J.p. name. AnoetalaEditor SUBSCRIPTIONS: iaYaar ^^Moatha Onecaat par eapr la upta 500 Natioaa'HaadqaarMra. Maaloa Baraaa. Sae-^aaja, Room J0TVJ01. InlltM Bldg . Daar raSt.. Chicago. III. ItataRaadqaartara, Jaa. D. (iraaam. Sacra-^arv If Park A Taaa*. Haleaa. Meat. STATECABINET (reorge Ambrose^|^^hn Home^I F. Mabie^George Wetleder^T J. Rooney ButteBillings^Chico^(^treat Falls^Livingston ;TRADES TOTHE FRONT. Montananow baa two members on^the national committee. It haa the^amallrat population of any atate hav^^ing two members, and the largest par^^ty membership of any state in com^^parison to population or voters. It^is equa...

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