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The Worker's Right
They have my warmest sympathy. Their cause is my cause. If they are denied a living wage, I also am defrauded. While they are industrial slaves, I cannot be free. My hunger is not satisfied while they are unfed. I cannot enjoy the good things of life which come to me, if they are hindered and neglected....
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Title: The Worker's Right
From: Out Of The Dark
Creator: Helen Keller (author)
Date: 1920
Format: Article
Publisher: Doubleday, Page & Company, New York
Source: Available at selected libraries
Location: pp.34-35
Keywords: Advocacy; Blind; Deaf; Deaf-blind; Fundraising; Helen Keller; Ideologies; Labor; New York; Protests; Sensory Disability; Social Welfare & Communities
Topics: Social Movements & Advocacy
Note: A letter written to the strikers at Little Falls, N. Y., November, 1912.

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