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" For the gradual and reasonable reduction of the hours of labor to the lowest practicable point, and for that degree of leisure for all which is a condition of the highest human life. For the release from employment one day in seven. "
New Outlook - 第 38 頁
由 編輯 - 1911
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Minutes of the General Conference of the Congregational Churches of ...

General Conference of the Congregational Churches of Connecticut - 1907
...of industrial change. For the principle of conciliation and arbitration in industrial dissensions. For the protection of the worker from dangerous machinery,...products of industry that can ultimately be devised. For the suitable provision for the old age of the workers and for those incapacitated by injury. For the...
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American Character

Brander Matthews - 1906 - 33 頁
...their demand for the application of Christian principles to the acquisition and use of property and for the most equitable division of the products of industry that can ultimately be devised. They recommend collective bargaining as an engineering approach to industrial problems by the labor...
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Charities and the Commons, 第 20 卷

1908
...seven. For a living wage in every industry. For the highest wage that each industry can afford and for the most equitable division of the products of industry that can ultimately be devised. The memorial states that the organization of labor is not only the right of the laborers and conducive...
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The New International Year Book

Frank Moore Colby, Allen Leon Churchill - 1909
...seven, a living wage as a minimum in every industry, and the highest wage that each industry can afford, the most equitable division of the products of industry...suitable provision for the old age of the workers and those incapacitated by injury. FEDERAL COUNCIL OF CHURCHES 237 FEDERATED MALAY STATES On Dec. G there...
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Report of the Proceedings of the Annual Convention of the ..., 第 28-29 卷

American Federation of Labor - 1908
...point, and for that degree of leisure for all. which is a condition of the highest human life. "For a release from employment one day in seven. "For a living wage as a minimum in every industry, and 1'or the highest wage that each industry can afford, "For the most equitable division of the products...
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Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church

1908
...seven. For a living wage in every industry. For the highest wage that each industry can afford, and for the most equitable division of the products of industry that can ultimately be devised. For the recognition of the Golden Rule and the mind of Christ as the supreme law of society and the sure...
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The doctrines and discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church: 1908

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1908 - 543 頁
...seven. For a living wage in every industry. For the highest wage that each industry can afford, and for the most equitable division of the products of industry that can ultimately be devised. For the recognition of the Golden Rule and the mind of Christ as the supreme law of society and the sure...
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Homiletic Review, 第 56 卷

1908
...day in seven; a living wage in every industry; the highest wage that each industry can afford, and the most equitable division of the products of industry that can ultimately be devised; recognition of the G olden Rule and the Mind of Christ as the supreme law of society, and the sure...
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The Railway Clerk, 第 8-9 卷

1909
...point, and for that degree of leisure for all which is a condition of ihe highest human life. "For a release from employment one day in seven. "For a living...industry can afford. "For the most equitable division of xhe products of Industry that can ultimately be devised. "For suitable provision for the old age of...
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New International Yearbook: A Compendium of the World's Progress

Frank Moore Colby, Allen Leon Churchill - 1909
...seven, a living wage as a minimum in every industry, and the highest wage that each industry can afford, the most equitable division of the products of industry that can ultimately he devised, for suitable provision for the old a<r>; of the workers and those incapacitated by injury....
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