The American Workman

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Johns Hopkins Press, 1900 - Labor - 517 pages
 

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Page 134 - eight hours shall constitute a day's work for all laborers, workmen, and mechanics who may be employed by or on behalf of the government of the United States.
Page 524 - State Aid to Higher Education: A Series of Addresses at the Johns Hopkins University. 100 pages. 8vo. Cloth. $1.00.
Page 121 - RS 3738, providing that eight hours should constitute a day's work for all laborers, workmen, and mechanics employed by or on behalf of the Government of the United States.
Page 524 - By GEORGE WILLIAM BROWN, Chief Judge of the Supreme Bench of Baltimore, and Mayor of the City in 1861. 176 pages. 8vo. Cloth, $1.00.
Page 520 - VII-VIII. The Condition of the Western Farmer, etc. By AF BENTLEY. $1.00. IX-X. History of Slavery in Connecticut. By BERNARD C. STEINER. 75 cents. XI-XII. Local Government in the South, By EW BEMIS and others.
Page 520 - XI-XII. The Indian Trade in Wisconsin. By FJ TURNER. 50 cents. TENTH SERIES. — Church and State: Columbus and America.— $3.50 I.
Page 520 - X-XI. Columbus and His Discovery of America. By HB ADAMS and H. WOOD. 50 cents.
Page 263 - This implies that there are lawful restraints and monopolies. But the Act states that ' every contract, combination, in the form of trust or otherwise, or conspiracy in restraint of trade or commerce among the several States ... is illegal.
Page 199 - To secure to the workers the full enjoyment of the wealth they create, sufficient leisure in which to develop their intellectual, moral and social faculties; all of the benefits, recreation and pleasures of association; in a word, to enable them to share in the gains and honors of advancing civilization . In order to secure these results, we demand at the hands of the STATE: III.
Page 525 - THE FRENCH REVOLUTION. BY CHARLES DOWNER HAZEN, Ph. D., 325 pp., 8vo. Cloth— $2.00. This essay attempts to study and depict the opinions of Americans with reference to a revolution which they followed with the most intense interest. PART I. OPINION OF AMERICANS ABROAD. Thomas Jefferson in France : — First Impressions. — A Journey through France.— The Passing of the Notables.— The Interlude.— The States-General. Qouverneur Morris on the French Revolution: — Morris

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