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" In the employment and dismissal of men in the Government service I can no more recognize the fact that a man does or does not belong to a union as being for or against him... "
Theodore Roosevelt, an Autobiography - Page 523
by Theodore Roosevelt - 1913 - 597 pages
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Annual Report

United States Civil Service Commission - United States - 1904
...exact justice as among them all. Jn the employment and dismissal of men in the Government service, I can no more recognize the fact that a man does or...Printing Office, the grounds alleged are twofold: (1) That he is a nonunion man; (2) that he is not personally fit. The question of his personal fitness...
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Republican Campaign Text-book, 1904

Republican Party (U.S. : 1854- ) National committee, 1904-1908 - Campaign literature, 1904 - 1904 - 540 pages
...all. In the employment and dismissal of men in the Government service I can no more recognize thé fact that a man does or does not belong to a union....Government Printing Office the grounds alleged are twofold: First, that he is a nonunion man; second, that he Is not personally fit. The question of his personal...
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THEODORE ROOSEVELT THE CITIZENS

JACOB A. RIIS - 1904
...occupation, or social distinction. In the employment and dismissal of men in the government service I can no more recognize the fact that a man does or...a Jew or a Gentile, as being for or against him." The newspapers did not tell us that the White House rang with applause, as did Clarendon Hall on that...
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The Outlook, Volume 76

1904
...occupation, or social distinction. In the employment and dismissal of men in the Government service I can no more recognize the fact that a man does or...a Jew or a Gentile, as being for or against him." The newspapers did not tell us that the White House rang with applause, as did Clarendon Hall on that...
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What Roosevelt Says ...

Theodore Roosevelt - Campaign literature, 1904 - 1904 - 31 pages
...justice as among them all. In the employment and dismissal of men in the Government service I can no move recognize the fact that a man does or does not belong...Catholic, a Jew or a Gentile, as being for or against him. (Statement to executive council American Federation of Labor, September 29, 1903.) There ¡s no objection...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 200

George Walter Prothero - 1904
...said : — ' In the employment and dismissal of men in the government service, I can no more recognise the fact that a man does or does not belong to a union as being for or against him, than I can recognise the fact that he is a Protestant or a Catholie, a Jew or a Gentile, as being for or against...
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Parliamentary Debates: Senate and House of Representatives, Volume 20

Australia. Parliament - Australia - 1904
...said — In the employment and dismissal of men in the Government service, I can no more recognise the fact that a man does or does not belong to a union as being for or against him than I can recognise the fact that he is a Protestant, or a Catholic, a Jew, or a Gentile, as being for or against...
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The Quarterly Review, Volume 200

William Gifford, Sir John Taylor Coleridge, John Gibson Lockhart, Whitwell Elwin, William Macpherson, Sir John Murray IV, Sir William Smith, Rowland Edmund Prothero Baron Ernle - English literature - 1904
...fact that a man does or does not belong to a union as being for or against him, than I can recognise the fact that he is a Protestant or a Catholic, a Jew or a Gentile, as being for or against Mm.' In more than one instance, equally to his credit, but to which less publicity has been given,...
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The triumphant life of Theodore Roosevelt ...: the inspiring narrative of ...

James Martin Miller - Biography & Autobiography - 1905 - 436 pages
...exact justice as among them all. In the employment and dismissal, of men in the Government service I can no more recognize the fact that a man does or...Printing Office, the grounds alleged are twofold: 1, that he is a non-union man; 2, that he is* not personally fit. The question of his personal fitness...
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Presidential Addresses and State Papers, Volume 14

Theodore Roosevelt - United States - 1910
...and exact justice as among them all. In the employment and dismissal of men in the Government service I can no more recognize the fact that a man does or...Printing Office, the grounds alleged are twofold: 1, that he is a nonunion man ; 2, that he is not personally fit. The question of his personal fitness...
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