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Monroe City Democrat. (Monroe City, Mo.) 1888-1919, October 03, 1912, Supplement, Image 5

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Supplement to The Monroe City Democrat, Monroe City, Mo., OctoWr 3, 1012. Vol. XXV., Xo. 28.
"There never was
a time when impa
tience and suspicion
were more keenly
aroused by the pri
vate power, selfishly
'It requires sclf
rcstraint not to at
tempt too much,
n ml yet it would be
cowardly to attempt
too little."
"Xo group of di
rectors economic or
jx.litii-al, can speak
for a people,"
"We need no rev
olution; we lM-cd no
evcilcd change; we
need only a new
point if view and a
new method and a
f-pirit of rounscl."
"There should le
an immediate (tar
ilT) revision, and it
should be down
ward, unhesitatingly
and steadily down
ward." "Those who buy
are not even repre
sented by counsel.
The cost of high
living l" arranged
by private under
standing." " The so called
labor question Is a
question only bc
cjiusc we have not
yet found the rule
of right In adjusting
tbe Interests of la
lKr and capital."
"Let us under
stand that it is pos
sible for the man in
broadcloth and the
man in hodden-gray
to be brethren in
America "
"The protest of
every man who
voted for President
Taft and who is now
dissatisfied with the
President's manage
ment of public af
fairs proves that for
four years a minor
ity has been in the
majority in Ameri
ca." "The social condi
tion which we call
D e m o c r a c y and
which finds its ave
nue of expression at
the polls through
our party is un
alterably opposed to
s p e c 1 al privileges,
whether granted by
the law or seized by
ruthless ambition."
"The individualism
Of Thomas Jefferson
is not dead. It walks
the earth this day.
knocking at the
door of rich and
poor, of wise and
Ignorant, alike."
"If I did not
believe that In so
far as human agen
cy can. this party
of ours would pro
mote the brother
hood of mankind. I
would here and now
repudiate It."
"Favors are never conceived in the general interests; they are always for the benefit of the ievr."-Woodrow Wilson
. . . IMI I ' 1 """" " " '

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