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The Forgotten Tenth, An Analysis of Unemployment among Negroes in the United States and its Social Costs : 1932-1933
Do the Job He Left Behind
Work six days a week : we must work as American freeman now or later drudge as German slaves
Fifty-fifty : those who work at the benches must stand shoulder to shoulder with those who work in the office : together we win, divided we lose : let us cooperate in producing that prosperity may continue
The New Era of peace and good-will will be real only as we among ourselves practice good-will. : Good-willed men whether employers or employees, are the bulwarks of the Nation. : Let us prove our patriotism
All together let's continue production and insure prosperity
Our part
Get the habit : of doing things right
No place like home : the United States is the best home in the world : to preserve and perpetuate it we need to cooperate more in order that there may be more produced, and hence more to divide
The truth : we are in real war, up against a most brutal foe
Stick to your job
An appeal! : to secure the fruits of victory we must all be patient and generous while changing from war work to peace work : this applies alike to wage workers and employers : both must be willing to give and take during the period of readjustment
Help win the war : we can help by our work, we can help by working every day : help by working full time : we can help by keeping on the job as long as the job needs us : absence from work, tardiness, indifference help Germany
We must win : to make the world free -- and a better place in which to live
The More Women At Work The Sooner We Win!
Women at work World War II posters