Clipping:Commentary on the limit of collective action
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|Date||Saturday, October 1, 1887|
The Brotherhood are still holding a stiff upper lip, and if they have the backbone to stand firm as one they will carry their point with the League. The general impression is, however, that two-thirds of the boys, who have lived up to all they have made, will flunk along toward spring, or possibly sooner, if they are in need of a little advance money. When it comes to butting against capital it is uphill work.
|Source||National Police Gazette|
|Submitted by||Richard Hershberger|
|Origin||Initial Hershberger Clippings|