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Seite 44 - ... we'd rather starve idle, than working." The labor monopoly of the United Mine Workers of America alone stands between the conditions of 1920 and those of 1896. To the extent that the monopoly is increased the miners' position is made more secure. CHAPTER VIII EARLY HISTORY OF UNIONS OF COAL MINERS WE have now reached the point at which it is necessary to consider the relative merits of complete organization of the coal miners in America and the disadvantages of a further extension of the union....
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Seite 52 - Up to this point we have had nothing except poetry, but with Tullus Hostilius a kind of history begins, that is, events are related which must be taken in general as historical, though in the light in which they are presented to us they are not historical. Thus, for example, the destruction of Alba is historical, and so in all probability is the reception of the Albans at Rome The conquests of Ancus Martins are quite credible, and they appear like an oasis of real history in the midst of fables.
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