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tion, it raises the interest rate in
New York and the money flows
to New York and Wall street.
It can create panics, and scare
a president into letting the Steel
Trust swallow up its most power
ful competitor as in the case of
The Tennessee Coal & Iron Com
pany during Roosevelt's term.
It can buy up competing con
cerns and merge them into trusts
and Morgan gets his rake-off.
It can pump millions of water
into bonds and stpck, and float the
watered securities through banks
and trust companies it controls.
It has controlled both old politi
cal party organizations, and has
made presidents, U. S. senators,
congressment, cabinet officers,
ambassadors, governors legisla
tures, mayors and council.
It has plated friendly, hand
picked, kept judges on the bench
from the U. S. supreme court
down to county and city judges.
It has organized trusts, and
crushed organized labor in every
industry it has organized.
It has established a financial
monarchy in this republic, this
boasted land of the free and home
of the brave and it has made
Morgan the-Red-Nose, King.
It has increased the fabulous
wealth of the few, and the dire
poverty of the many and has in
creased divorce, scandal, vice,
crime and disease.
It has even elbowed the poor
out of many of the churches.
It has placed money-changers
in the Temple of God and would
crucify any savior who attempted
to enterthe port
It has denied the father a wage
that would properly care for a
family and driven women and
children into the mills, factories
and stores. " (
It has subsidized newspapers,
throttled a free press, persecuted
free speech, 'made martyrs oi
honest men land women, and
groun,d the'souls and bodies of in
nocent bpys and girls into re
It has done- all of this and
more. It now seeks to reduce a
nation of free people into indus
trial slavery AND AIMS TO'
DO IT WITH THE HARD
EARNED MONEY OF THE
VERY PEOPLE IT WOULD
And what a tragic jest it is
this bringing of the real King of
the actual government Morgan,
King of the Money Trust down
to Washington to go through a
pantomine before congress the
Well might the men, women
and children of this republic
pray that Woodrow Wilson have
the clear vision, the, rugged hon
esty, the bold purpose and the
glorious courage of Andrew
Jackson the man who drpve the
money changers from the temple
at Washington, and put Nicholas
Biddle, the Morgan of his day, to,
"My wife,"' growled Kadley, "is
the most forgetful woman." ".In
deed?" queried his friend, polite-y
ly. "Yes; she can never remem-j
ber in the morning where I left,
my pipe the night before." " t