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" of different countries; That the emancipation of labor is neither a local nor a national, but a social problem, which embraces all countries in which modern society exists, and whose solution depends upon the practical and theoretical cooperation of the... "
The International Socialist Review: A Monthly Journal of International ... - Page 722
1904
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The Socialist Almanac and Treasury of Facts ...

Lucien Sanial - Socialism - 1898
...labor in each country, and from the absence of a fraternal bond of union between the working classes of different countries; "That the emancipation of...neither a local nor a national, but a social problem, involving all countries in which the modern state of society exists, and depending for its solution...
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Studies in General History

Mary Sheldon Barnes - 1901
...every kind of servitude, social misery, of spiritual degradation, of political dependence; ******* '' That the emancipation of labor is neither a local...society exists, and whose solution depends upon the . . . cooperation of the most advanced lands ; ******* " In consideration of all these circumstances,...
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Socialism: Its Theoretical Basis and Practical Application ...

Victor Cathrein - Socialism - 1904 - 424 pages
...to which every political movement must be subordinated; . . . that the emancipation of labor is not a local nor a national, but a social problem, which...embraces all countries in which modern society exists, . . . the First International Labor Congress . . . regards it as the duty of man to demand the rights...
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Socialism

Robert Flint - Socialism - 1906 - 512 pages
...make his influence felt for the good of the whole. 6. Considering that the emancipation of labour is neither a local nor a national, but a social problem which comprises all countries in which the modern state of society exists, the Social Democratic Workmen's...
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A Documentary History of American Industrial Society: Labor movement

John Rogers Commons, Ulrich Bonnell Phillips, Eugene Allen Gilmore, Helen Laura Sumner, John Bertram Andrews - Labor - 1910
...and from the absence of a fraternal bond of union between the working classes of different countries. The emancipation of labor is neither a local, nor a national, but a social problem embracing all countries, in which modern society exists and depending for its solution on the concurrence,...
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Readings in Political Science

Raymond Garfield Gettell - Political science - 1911 - 528 pages
...in every land, and by reason of the absence of a brotherly bond of unity between the working classes of different countries ; That the emancipation of...theoretical cooperation of the most advanced countries ; That the present awakening of the working class in the industrial countries of Europe gives occasion...
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Readings in Political Science

Raymond Garfield Gettell - Political science - 1911 - 528 pages
...in every land, and by reason of the absence of a brotherly bond of unity between the working classes of different countries; That the emancipation of labor...theoretical cooperation of the most advanced countries; That the present awakening of the working class in the industrial countries of Europe gives occasion...
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Violence and the Labor Movement

Robert Hunter - Anarchism - 1914 - 386 pages
...labor in each country, and from the absence of a fraternal bond of union between the working classes of different countries; "That the emancipation of...neither a local nor a national, but a social problem, embracing all countries in which modern society exists, and depending for its solution on the concurrence,...
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Violence and the Labor Movement

Robert Hunter - Anarchism - 1914 - 386 pages
...labor in each country, and from the absence of a fraternal bond of union between the working classes of different countries; "That the emancipation of...neither a local nor a national, but a social problem, embracing all countries in which modern society exists, and depending for its solution on the concurrence,...
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Violence and the Labor Movement

Robert Hunter - Anarchism - 1914 - 386 pages
...labor in each country, and from the absence of a fraternal bond of union between the working classes of different countries; "That the emancipation of...neither a local nor a national, but a social problem, embracing all countries in which modern society exists, and depending for its solution on the concurrence,...
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