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  • A man of the people, rough-hewn, narrow as a labor-leader may well be, earnest and sincere.

    THEFT

  • "We went to visit a friend of his, a native named Keeluk, who seems to be a sort of combination clergyman and labor-leader," she replied.

    Ullr Uprising

  • Casement was raised a Catholic, and so also "Jim" Larkin, the Irish labor-leader who _is_ touring America denouncing the Allies.

    The Profits of Religion, Fifth Edition

  • I know one man, a radical labor-leader, whose morals happened to approach those of the average capitalist politician, and who was prevented by threats of exposure and scandal from accepting the Socialist nomination for President.

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation

  • Sir Roger Casement was raised a Catholic, and so also "Jim" Larkin, the Irish labor-leader who is touring America denouncing the Allies.

    The Profits of Religion: An Essay in Economic Interpretation

  • - Phil Palios, the 23-year-old Microsoft contract worker who organized the protest against the company's cutbacks, has decided this whole labor-leader thing isn't for him.

    Megite Technology News: What's Happening Right Now

  • However, to put that so-called good news in perspective, according to USLEAP, each year between 2002 and 2006 the total number of labor-leader assassinations in Colombia alone has exceeded the total killed globally with 72 union leaders killed in Colombia in 2006, compared to 66 in the entire rest of the world that same year.

    Firedoglake

  • "I am not a labor-leader, nor a walking delegate, nor a politician, nor an anarchist.

    The Landloper

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