Signs of the Times

[George Richmond Grose, in the Star-News, Pasadena, California]

There are grievances that must be adjusted, wrongs that must be righted, before permanent industrial peace is possible. Employers as a class are not monsters of cruelty and injustice. Laborers—organized laborers—as a class are not advocates of violence seeking to destroy with bomb and firebrand the industry that supports them. A basis of mutual understanding and of co-operative service has not yet been found. And finding that is the only hope of industrial peace and prosperity.

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