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i:-. r.;THE;DAY OFRECKQNIN.G -:v; . ... '
The suiuto dissolve the steel trust marks themost acute .stage
of the government's warfare upon lawless anoVpredatory wealth.
It is one of the most ihteresting'an'd fateful struggles, in the economic,
history of the world.
Almost everybody now sees ,that'the trust 'system implies the
ultimate complete monopoly of-all the necessaries dfjifehat this
condition cannot exist without destroying thVlibertiessqf men; that
some' solution must speedily be found. . r
Three solutions are offered: - -
1 To, destroy the trusts and restore -the -old conditions of com
petition. ' . -
2 Tpv legalize consolidation and limit'the profits of4hetrusts,
by fixing prices of dividends. ' ' . 'V- ,
3 To have the: nation own therusis.- ";,.-"
President Taft is now engaged in an 'effort, to enforce'the first
solution., ' . ' . 1 t
POSTAL CARD PATRIOTISM ITALY'S
KEEP 'EM HAPPY
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Sample or picture po'stai cards .with which -Italy was flop'ded to
stir up "patriotism"' and enthusiasm 'for the war against Turkey.
' It's the fir.st time that postal crds haverfsen to such "dignity."
This card reads "The Sunrise of Civilization." Other car.ds are
intended rto .appeal to-religious antagonism and the.-expansion idea,
showing beautiful Italy .grabbing Tripoli arid sjptantjng Moham-