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" the fault lies in bitterness of controversy." We desire a proper equality, equity, and fairness; protection for the weak, restraint upon the strong ; in short, justly distributed burdens and justly distributed power. These are... "
A Documentary History of American Industrial Society: Labor movement - Page 104
edited by - 1911
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Proceedings

1887
...BASSETT: There is no man who makes so good an officer as the man who doesn't want it. PRESIDENT: I think the office should seek the man, and not the man the office. SECRETARY: There are a good many in the hall who have not registered and I should like to have them...
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Appletons' Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events, Volume 3

Encyclopedias and dictionaries - 1887
...and is used unjustly in favor of the party in power, will be resisted by every means in our power. 9. The office should seek the man, and not the man the office. Political purity can only be maintained by obtaining such principles of action. 10. We demand protective...
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Report, Volume 17

Agriculture - 1888
...industrial interests are nominated for all positions of trust, and to have carried out the principle that "the office should seek the man and not the man the office." We desire a proper equality, equity, and fairness, protection for the weak, restraint for the strong;...
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Virginia and Virginians: Eminent Virginians ... History of ..., Volume 2

Virginia - 1888 - 813 pages
...State, and member of Congress from his district, but belonging to that class of politicians who think the office should seek the man, and not the man the office, he has been content to serve his party, and not push bis own claims for office. ••l bb- ?t:-li'!4..;...
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A Memorial of the Life and Character of James Bowen Everhart

Thomas Louis Ogier - 1889 - 156 pages
...I have never 75 asked any man to give me his support for office ; I believe in the good old maxim ' that the office should seek the man, and not the man the office." " He also imposed another condition upon those who undertook the management of his canvass, to wit...
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Personnel of the Texas State Government, with Sketches of Distinguished ...

Texas - 1889 - 436 pages
...more benefit to them than any other aspirant to the office. He believes in the Jeffersonian principle, that the office should seek the man, and not the man the office. JAMES McCULLOUGH WILSON. TAMES M. WILSON, whose father and mother were ^_) Samuel and Elizabeth Wilson,...
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A Library of American Literature: Literature of the republic, pt. 4, 1861 ...

Edmund Clarence Stedman, Mrs. Ellen Mackay Hutchinson - American literature - 1890
...John, you make another of your grand efforts und say that is the very reason he ought to be nominated; that the office should seek the man, and not the man the office. You're familiar with that tune! Then, Joe, you demand Woolley's nomination in the interests of economy...
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The Life and Times of Azro B. F. Hildreth: Including Personal and Family ...

Charles Aldrich - 1891 - 548 pages
...said that he was never known to ask a man for his vote. His idea of propriety in such matters was. that the office should seek the man and not the man the office. As a business man he had the confidence of all who knew him. and no one could gainsay his integrity....
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The American Journal of Politics, Volume 1

Political science - 1892
...by our interests, are nominated for all positions of trust ; and to have carried out the principie which should always characterize every Patron, that...differences of opinion,' while 'the fault lies in the bitterness of controversy.' "We desire proper equality, equity, and fairness; protection for the...
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Report of Proceedings of the Illinois Pharmaceutical Association ..., Issue 12

Pharmacy - 1892
...never sought this office. The office has been thrust upon me. I am naturally a modest man, and I think the office should seek the man, and not the man the office. (Laughter). I think that in whatever I have done here I have demonstrated the fact that modesty is...
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