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[Rocky Mountain News, Denver, Colo.]

As hard-headed a business man as John D. Rockefeller, Jr., is reported to have said a day or two since that industrial peace will never arrive until both capital and labor put into operation the golden rule. "Bolshevism is not likely to spread in the United States when the wage earner knows that capital is treating him fairly," continued Mr. Rockefeller. "Therefore, the sanest industrial policy is that which has constantly in mind the welfare of the employees as well as profits, and which, when human considerations demand it, subordinates profits to welfare."

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