They were thoroughly organized and well armed, and they were held in readiness to be hurled in special trains to any part of the country where labor went on strike or was locked out by the employers.
Only the regularly organized militia was out, and it was out everywhere.
These associations were practically middle- class affairs, and now, compelled by hard times and crashing markets, and aided by the great captains of industry, they gave organized labor an awful and decisive defeat.
We have the only original telephone patents," he wrote; "we have organized
and introduced the business, and we do not propose to have it taken from us by any corporation.
Organized labour, we knew, had its private supplies; nevertheless, the whole working class joined the bread-lines.
As in a dream I passed hundreds of regular soldiers drifting along in the opposite direction, and many policemen, with their families, organized in large groups for mutual protection.
The tyranny of organized labour is getting beyond human endurance.
The composition of a speech was for him a matter of a few hours; with almost preternatural mental activity he organized
and sifted the material, commonly as he paced up and down his garden or his room; then, the whole ready, nearly verbatim, in his mind, he would pass to the House of Commons to hold his colleagues spell-bound during several hours of fervid eloquence.
Then we organized
, and they busted our union higher'n a kite.
Similar to efforts aimed at combating Russian organized
crime; from trafficking to terrorism; 2v.
Moreover, increasing evidence points to the gravitation of the more sophisticated offender, organized
crime member, and terrorist toward the use of diamonds, gemstones, and jewelry for criminal financing or as a facility for money laundering, international movement, or storage of crime proceeds.