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" What effect would it have on any export trade ? 6. Are the laborers of the country, organized and unorganized, who would be affected by the proposed legislation, willing to have taken away from them the right to labor more than eight hours per day, if... "
Annual Report of the Bureau of Statistics of Labor and Industry of New Jersey - 212. lappuse
autors: New Jersey. Bureau of Statistics of Labor and Industry - 1905
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The American Federationist

1905
...organized and unorganized, who would be affected by the proposed legislation, willing to have taken away from them the right to labor more than eight hours per day, if they desire to do so ? 7. What effect will this proposed legislation have, if any, upon the agricultural interests of the country...
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Annual Report

New Jersey. Bureau of Industrial Statistics - 1905
...the cost to the United States, territorial or federal district authorities2 of the various material? and articles customarily procured by contract, which...which was to secure testimony from establishments and firms from which the Government customarily procures materials and articles by contract, and which...
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Eight Hours for Laborers on Government Work

United States. Department of Commerce and Labor - 1905 - 144 lapas
...investigation, to assist in ascertaining whether the laborers of the country were willing to have taken away from them the right to labor more than eight hours per day, if they desired to do so, and also in the securing of data bearing upon the effects upon industry of an eight-hour...
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Eight Hours for Laborers on Government Work, Report by the Hon. Victor H ...

United States. Congress. House. Labor Committee - 1905 - 144 lapas
...organized and unorganised, r would \*' affected by the proposed legislation, willing to have tas away from them the right to labor more than eight hours per day. they desire to do «O? Lnorgani/ed labor would certainly never consent to have- their ean ing capacity...
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H. R. 11651--Eight Hours for Laborers on Government Work: Hearings Before ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Labor - 1906 - 216 lapas
...organized and unorganized, who would be affected by the proposed legislation, willing to have taken away from them the right to labor more than eight hours per day, If they desire to do so? The Secretary answers : This question has already been answered by the representatives of organized...
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H.R. 11651--eight Hours for Laborers on Government Work: Hearings Before ...

United States. Congress. House. Labor Committee - 1906 - 216 lapas
...organized and unorganized, who would be affected by the proposed legislation, willing to have taken away from them the right to labor more than eight hours per day, if they desire to do so? To that he answers : This question has already been answered by the representatives of organized labor...
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Text Book of Labor's Political Demands

American Federation of Labor - 1906 - 38 lapas
...organized and unorganized, who would be affected by the proposed legislation, willing to have taken away from them the right to labor more than eight hours per day, if they desire to do so ? — 31 — 7. What effect will this proposed legislation have, if any, upon the agricultural interests...
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H. R. 15651, Eight Hours for Laborers on Government Work: Hearings Before ...

United States. Congress. House. Committee on Labor - 1908 - 973 lapas
...organized and unorganized, who would bo affected by the proposed legislation, willing to have taken away from them the right to labor more than eight hours per day, if they desire to do so?" This question has already been answered by the representatives of organized labor who have appeared...
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The Railway Conductor, 22. sējums

1905
...organized and unorganized, who would be affected by the proposed legislation, willing to have taken away from them the right to labor more than eight hours per day if they desire to do so? Answer. Í believe that all honest. intelligent, and industrious mechanics would perfer to work under...
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The Railway Conductor, 21. sējums

1904
...ship building interests? 5. What effect will it have on any export trade? 6. Are the laboring people willing to have taken from them the right to labor more than eight hours? 7. What effect will it have on the agricultural interests? Just why the House Committee on Labor asked...
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