Hellraisers Journal: Plutocrat’s Prayer, “O Lord, control my appetite if you must, but don’t take my pie away!”

Quote Divine Rights Baer July 17, 1902

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Hellraisers Journal, Monday November 5, 1917
From The Masses: The Private Ownership Pie by Art Young

Private Ownership, Piece of Pie by Art Young, Masses Nov 1917

Details 1 & 2:

Private Ownership, Piece of Pie by Art Young Detail 3, Masses Nov 1917

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Private Ownership, Piece of Pie by Art Young Detail 2, Masses Nov 1917

Detail 3:

Private Ownership, Piece of Pie by Art Young Detail 1, Masses Nov 1917

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SOURCE & IMAGES
The Masses
(New York, New York)
-Nov & Dec 1917
(This is the last edition of The Masses.)
http://dlib.nyu.edu/themasses/books/masses079
-& Details 1-3
Private Ownership, Piece of Pie by Art Young, Masses Nov 1917
http://dlib.nyu.edu/themasses/books/masses079/22-23

See also:

Re quote from George Baer:
https://ehistory.osu.edu/exhibitions/gildedage/1902AnthraciteStrike/content/Baer

More on History of “Divine Rights” Baer”
History of the Labor Movement in the United States, Vol.3
The Policies and Practices of the American Federation of Labor 1900-1909

(see page 96)
-by Philip S Foner
NY, 1981
https://books.google.com/books?id=q4SaAAAAIAAJ

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Christians at War – Raymond Crooke
Lyrics by John F Kendrick
(scroll down to page 23)
https://en.wikisource.org/wiki/Songs_of_the_Workers_(9th_edition)