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A statement of the campaign issues in
Minnesota bychampions of the peoples' cause.
Hear the Candidate Endorsed by the
Farmers and Workers of Minnesota!
"We must put into practice at home those principles for which we have sent our boys to
"It will avail little to win a war for democracy abroad if in the prosecution of that war all the
traditional rights and privileges of the people of this nation have been surrendered and abrogated."
"This is the time to test our sincerity. We must guard against any acts in state or national
life which would in any way place doubt upon our honesty or cast reflection upon our motives."
"The battles of industrial democracy are still to be fought at home they are going on con
tinually, and we can not ignore them if we are to garner our full strength as a nation. Your
Nonpartisan league comes forward offering a program of industrial democracy. Your great battles
are just beginning. The people, irrespective of occupation or party, are now ready to act in con
cert with you.
"The 'wise statesmen' of both political parties have failed to protect the people. Conse
quently, today those who have been favored by unfair laws, less than 2 per cent of our population,
own 65 per cent of the wealth, and 65 per cent of the people, the working classes, only own 5 per
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A Message of True Democracy, Friends of True Democracy
CHARLES A. LINDBERGH
Candidate for the Republican Nomination for Governor of Minnesota
REV. R. B. MARTIN, OF MONTANA
COUR HOUSE WILLMAR, THURSDAY APR 25
AX 2 O'CLOCK R. IVf.
PERTINENT POINTERS FROM MR. LINDBERGH'S SPEECH OF ACCEPTANCE
The people of Willmar and Kandiyohi County are urged to unite with the farmers and their wives in giving their
distinguished visitor a royal reception.
A Cordial Invitation is Extended to Ml! Carry the Troth to too
"That issue is real demooraoy."
Rev. Martin will show why the
farmers and workers of the coun
try must organize for their own
cent of the wealth. Most of the workers only get a bare subsistence. This condition is wrong* and
injurious to the best interests of our country. Indeed, our country can not survive unless this
situstion is corrected."
"The governor of the great state of Minnesota has said that there is but one issue—'loyalty*'—
and proceeded to divide the people into two classes. It is observable that a few persons do that.
What is the difference between the two? The difference is that a few would destroy democracy to
win the war, and the rest of us would win the war to establish democracy." "The
profiteers and politicians, as pretended guardians of loyalty, seek to perpetuate themselves in
special privilege and in office they endeavor to change election rules, fearing the will of the ma
jority citizens of our country they assume that they are called upon to pass upon the acts and
motives of those citizens who are only endeavoring to follow out their constitutional rights of
political and economic organization and expression in a legal, loyal and orderly way, guaranteed to
them by the laws of the state and the nation, but which state officials have failed to uphold. By
their failure to uphold and protect the people in these rights they have themselves created a most
important issue in our state."
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