Bell Signals.

Author:Haywood, William D.
Position:Aphorisms - Poem

Bell Signals Agitation prevents stagnation. The machine is the apprentice of yesterday, the journeyman of today. A rich sermon is poor satisfaction to an empty stomach. If the producer is not entitled to the equivalent of that which he produces, who is? A labor organization without political purpose is as meat with the nutriment extracted. The supervision of industry by the producers will obliterate race prejudice and imaginary boundary lines. A soldier commits wholesale murder for $13 a month. The working class abets the crime by upholding the system that permits it...

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