Hellraisers Journal: Mr. Grab-It-All has a very good year while the Ninety and Nine work and die in want and hunger and cold.


There are no limits to which
powers of privilege will not go
to keep the workers in slavery.
-Mother Jones
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Hellraisers Journal, Sunday December 31, 1916
From the American Socialist: Grab-It-All’s Very Good Year

GrabItAlls Year, Ryan Walker, AmSc, Dec 30, 1916

From the Appeal to Reason of December 31, 1916:

Ninety and Nine, Rose E Smith, AtR, Dec 30, 1916

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SOURCES

American Socialist
(New York, New York)
-Dec 30, 1916
https://www.marxists.org/history/usa/pubs/american-socialist/v3n25-dec-30-1916-TAS.pdf

Appeal to Reason
(Girard, Kansas)
-Dec 30, 1916
https://www.newspapers.com/image/67312470

IMAGES
GrabItAlls Year, Ryan Walker, AmSc, Dec 30, 1916
https://www.marxists.org/history/usa/pubs/american-socialist/v3n25-dec-30-1916-TAS.pdf
Ninety and Nine, Rose E Smith, AtR, Dec 30, 1916
https://www.newspapers.com/image/67312470

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The above poem by Rose Elizabeth Smith appeared as a song in the Joe Hill Memorial Edition of the Little Red Songbook (March 1916), and is meant to be sung to this tune:
https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Songs_of_the_Workers_(9th_edition)