Excerpt from The Battle for Bread: A Series of Sermons Relating to Labor and Capital
As for myself, as an individual I have a right to be heard. My father was a farmer and my grandfather, and they had to work for a living; and every dollar I own I earned by the sweat of my own brow, and I owe no man anything, and if any obligation has escaped my memory, come and present your bill when I descend from this pulpit, and I will pay you on the spot. I am going, to say all that I think and feel on this subject, and without any reservation, asking your prayers that I may be divinely directed in this important series of Sabbath morning dis courses.
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