Monday, March 10, 2014

"universal right to bear arms, universal free speech...."

The world's greatest news trator accuses union labor of lacking patriotism and blocking preparedness and universal military service. Up to date most anything that's "universal" has been backed by union labor and laughed at by the Tribune. Universal free text books, universal eight-hour day, universal right to organize, universal abolition of government by injunction, universal right to bear arms, universal free speech for all these union labor has contended. The unions are for a lot of "universal" things. And now the Tribune is hot under the collar because union labor won't fall for universal military service with universal major mccormicks bossing universal machine guns.

[The Day Book, Chicago, Saturday, July 1, 1916. Last Edition, Vol. 5, No. 235 Pg. 21]

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