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"WILL WOODROW GET
AFTER MONEY TRUST?
New York, Dec. 27. In Janu
ary "World's Work" President
elect Wilson discusses his policies
and indicates thathe is going to
He says not many individuals
want to grind the people down
and do injustice, but'tftat "we are
all caught in a great economic
system that is heartless."
"Some of the biggest rrfen' in
the United States, in ,the field of
commerce and manufacture, are
afraid of. something. They know
there is a -power somewhere so
organized, so subtle, so watchful,
so interlocked, so complete, so
pervasive, that they had better
not speak the truth above their
breath' when they speak in con
demnation of it."
He says American industry, is
not free, American enterprise is
not free, and the man with little
capital finds it more and more im
possible to compete with the big
fellow, because our laws do not
prevent the strong from crushing
He says if the rank and file of
business men could vote secretly1
they would vote overwhelmingly,
that the present organization of
business was meant for the big-fellows.
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say about younpoem? Rhyrao
He said" it was so bad it couldn't
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