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2. lappuse - Between these two classes a struggle must go on until all the toilers come together on the political, as well as on the industrial field, and take and hold that which they produce by their labor through an economic organization of the working class, without affiliation with any political party.
338. lappuse - Defend me therefore, common sense, say I, From reveries so airy, from the toil Of dropping buckets into empty wells, And growing old in drawing nothing up...
270. lappuse - Hotel and Restaurant Employes' International Alliance and Bartenders' International League of America.
23. lappuse - No Christian and civilized community can afford to show a happy-go-lucky lack of concern for the youth of to-day : for, if so, the community will have to pay a terrible penalty of financial burden and social degradation in the to-morrow.
346. lappuse - The enactment does not profess to limit the hours of all workmen, but merely those who are employed in underground mines, or in the smelting, reduction or refining of ores or metals. These employments, when too long pursued, the legislature has judged to be detrimental to the health of the employes, and, so long as there are reasonable grounds for believing that this is so, its decision upon this subject cannot be reviewed by the Federal courts.
23. lappuse - The prime duty of the man is to work, to be the breadwinner; the prin.e duty of the woman is to be the mother, the housewife. All questions of tariff and finance sink into utter insignificance when compared with the tremendous, the vital importance of trying to shape conditions so that these two duties of the man and of the woman can be fulfilled under reasonably favorable circumstances.
128. lappuse - It is further ordered that the secretary of commerce and labor be, and he hereby is, directed to take, through the bureau of immigration and naturalization, such measures and to make and enforce such rules and regulations as may be necessary to carry this order into effect.
22. lappuse - Wage-workers have an entire right to organize and by all peaceful and honorable means to endeavor to persuade their fellows to join with them in organizations. They have a legal right, which, according to circumstances, may or may not be a moral right, to refuse to work in company with men who decline to join their organizations.