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" They must indeed be deaf who do not hear the mutterings of the approaching storm. Poverty, high prices, unemployment, child slavery, widespread misery and haggard want in a land bursting with abundance; prostitution and insanity, suicide and crime, these... "
The Unrest of Women - Page 15
by Edward Sandford Martin - 1913 - 146 pages
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Early Memories

Henry Cabot Lodge - Legislators - 1913 - 360 pages
...even upon civilization itself. Mr. Debs, when he accepted his nomination for the Presidency, said: "Capitalism is rushing blindly to its impending doom....blood and tears and shame as its end draws near." Mr. Debs's violence of language is only equalled by his looseness of thought and expression. Yet there...
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Out West, Volume 4, Issue 4

Pacific States - 1912
...upon the masses. They must indeed be deaf who do not hear the mutteringa of the approaching storm. Poverty, high prices, unemployment, child slavery,...the tragic story of capitalism's saturnalia of blood anal tears and shame as its end draws near. It is to abolish this monstrous system and the misery and...
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