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Frances Perkins: Law Compensate

Posted by admin on Wednesday, February 6, 2019

Frances Perkins Money Quote saying she was driven by desire to see fair labor laws protecting children and poorly paid women as Roosevelt’s Secretary of Labor. Frances Perkins said:
 
There were no provisions which guarded their health nor adequately looked after their compensation in case of injury Quote
 

“From the time I was in college I was horrified at the work that many women and children had to do in factories. There were absolutely no effective laws that regulated the number of hours they were permitted to work. There were no provisions which guarded their health nor adequately looked after their compensation in case of injury” — Frances Perkins

 
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John Hancock: Wealthy Villainy

Posted by admin on Wednesday, January 23, 2019

John Hancock Money Quote saying that people show more respect for a well-to-do villain than a good and honest man is worth slavery for those who hold that view. John Hancock said:
 
That people who pay greater respect to a wealthy villain than to an honest, upright man in poverty, almost deserve to be enslaved; they plainly show that wealth, however it may be acquired, is, in their esteem, to be preferred to virtue Quote
 

“That people who pay greater respect to a wealthy villain than to an honest, upright man in poverty, almost deserve to be enslaved; they plainly show that wealth, however it may be acquired, is, in their esteem, to be preferred to virtue” — John Hancock

 
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Alice Paul: Movement Sacrifice

Posted by admin on Friday, January 11, 2019

Alice Paul Money Quote saying she would sacrifice everything important to most women for the suffrage movement and equal voting rights. Alice Paul said:
 
My feeling about our movement, you see, is that it is so pregnant with possibilities that it is worth sacrificing everything for, leisure, money, reputation and even our lives Quote
 

“My feeling about our movement, you see, is that it is so pregnant with possibilities that it is worth sacrificing everything for, leisure, money, reputation and even our lives” — Alice Paul

 

Born January 11, 1885 – Died July 9, 1977

 
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Franklin Roosevelt: Privilege for Few

Posted by admin on Sunday, January 6, 2019

Franklin Roosevelt Money Quote saying expectations of our economic system are Equality, Jobs, Security, Civil Liberties and end of privilege for the few. Franklin Roosevelt said:
 
Jobs. Security. The ending of special privilege for the few. The preservation of civil liberties for all rising standard of living Quote
 

“The basic things expected by our people of their political and economic systems are simple. They are: Equality of opportunity for youth and for others. Jobs for those who can work. Security for those who need it. The ending of special privilege for the few. The preservation of civil liberties for all. The enjoyment of the fruits of scientific progress in a wider and constantly rising standard of living” — Franklin Roosevelt

 
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Clara Barton: Less Man’s Pay

Posted by admin on Tuesday, December 25, 2018

Clara Barton Money Quote saying she’s happy to work for no pay, unless paid less than a man for the same work – she refuses. Founder of the Red Cross, Clara Barton said:
 
I may sometimes be willing to teach for nothing, but if paid at all, I shall never do a man's work for less than a man's pay Quote
 

“I may sometimes be willing to teach for nothing, but if paid at all, I shall never do a man’s work for less than a man’s pay” — Clara Barton

 
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Voltaire: Inveterate Hatred to Rich

Posted by admin on Thursday, December 20, 2018

Voltaire Money Quote saying in Candide that the rich and poor despise each other but treat each other differently. Poor scrape to the rich, who in turn treat them horribly. Voltaire said:
 
The poor bear an inveterate hatred to the rich the rich treat the poor like sheep, whose wool and flesh they barter for money Quote
 

“The poor in all parts of the world bear an inveterate hatred to the rich, even while they creep and cringe to them; and the rich treat the poor like sheep, whose wool and flesh they barter for money” — Voltaire

 
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James Madison: Wealthy vs. Labor

Posted by admin on Monday, December 17, 2018

James Madison Money Quote saying the lazy rich can’t comprehend the desires of the working class. James Madison said:
 
The man who is possessed of wealth, who lolls on his sofa, or rolls in his carriage, cannot judge of the wants or feelings of the day laborer Quote
 

“The man who is possessed of wealth, who lolls on his sofa, or rolls in his carriage, cannot judge of the wants or feelings of the day laborer” — James Madison

 
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William Lloyd Garrison: Slaveholder Man-Stealer

Posted by admin on Monday, December 10, 2018

William Lloyd Garrison Money Quote saying in an essay titled “No Compromise with the Evil of Slavery” that nothing justifies anyone to accept slavery’s existence. William Lloyd Garrison said:
 
Every slave is a stolen man; every slaveholder is a man-stealer. By no precedent, no example, no law, no compact, no purchase, no bequest, no inheritance, no combination of circumstances, is slaveholding right or justifiable Quote
 

“Every slave is a stolen man; every slaveholder is a man-stealer. By no precedent, no example, no law, no compact, no purchase, no bequest, no inheritance, no combination of circumstances, is slaveholding right or justifiable. While a slave remains in his fetters, the land must have no rest” — William Lloyd Garrison

 
Born December 10, 1805 – Died May 23, 1879
 
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