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here039s-a-quote-from-stephanie-mills
it-is-not-as-easy-to-emigrate-with-steel-mills-as-it-is-with-manuscript-novel-golo-mann
i-was-never-afraid-to-go-back-to-pittsburgh-work-in-steel-mills
the-mills-god-work-like-lightning-compared-with-law
consumers-in-sonora-know-arizona-mills-they-have-been-to-it-they-love-it-they-know-exactly-what-you-are-talking-about-michael-martin
i-buy-best-fabrics-from-small-mills-in-italy-that-is-basis-for-my-clothes
my-first-crush-was-hayley-mills-when-i-was-little-kid-in-england-i-used-to-kiss-her-picture-goodnight-rick-springfield
the-parent-trap-wouldnt-have-been-as-special-without-remarkable-performances-by-hayley-mills-maureen-ohara
we-had-grain-but-no-mills-i-designed-special-mill-wood-we-could-make-flour
im-not-like-stephanie-mills-whitney-houston-with-actual-hits-my-fans-think-everything-i-did-was-hit
mills-insisted-that-sociologists-proper-subject-was-intersection-biography-history-todd-gitlin
mills-was-experienced-enough-to-understand-what-gay-men-were-often-forced-to-be-in-this-world-romantic-opportunists-christopher-bollen
more-evangelicals-today-will-visit-abortion-mills-as-clients-than-as-ambassadors-jesus-christ-r-c-sproul
when-i-was-shooting-with-tarantino-mike-mills-amazing-directors-it-made-me-think-that-i-would-never-be-director-its-obviously-too-hard-melanie-laurent
when-i-was-starting-there-were-wool-mills-in-us-that-could-make-you-anything-the-us-used-to-produce-most-beautiful-cotton-denim-in-world-now-all-that-is-gone
miss-mills-replied-on-general-principles-that-cottage-content-was-better-than-palace-cold-splendour-that-where-love-was-all-was-charles-dickens
why-will-you-be-always-sallying-out-to-break-lances-with-other-peoples-windmills-when-your-own-is-not-capable-grinding-corn-for-horse-you-ride-j-g-holland
i-miss-generation-actors-such-as-john-mills-where-it-doesnt-surprise-you-at-all-when-he-crops-up-in-film-tap-dancing
teach-your-children-how-to-behave-with-animals-adopt-a-pet-dont-go-buy-one-please-thats-a-sin-lets-get-these-puppy-mills-out-of-business
the-magical-gem-bracelet-in-all-its-yellow-beauty-was-out-its-league-my-mind-heart-couldnt-slow-down-jennifer-mills-dianne-bright
i-love-what-mills-brown-terrell-are-doing-they-chase-ball-they-play-technique-and-theyve-got-little-burst-to-them-they-arent-running-at-same-speed-all-time-tommy-west
i-was-still-avid-reader-mills-boon-romances-on-publication-day-i-used-to-rush-out-work-to-get-to-local-book-store-to-grab-my-favourites-before-they-all-disappeared
my-first-job-was-with-auto-plant-kansas-city-they-treated-you-like-slaves-from-there-i-went-back-to-chicago-worked-in-steel-mills-drove-cab-stuff-ed-asner
usually-on-sundays-i-wont-cook-because-ill-have-dinner-at-my-moms-shes-provost-mills-college-in-oakland-lives-on-campus-its-beautiful-school-in-bad-part-town
i-mindmelded-details-trapped-inside-my-head-since-it-felt-easier-than-talking-which-surprised-me-jennifer-mills-from-soul-reader-by-dianne-bright-dianne-bright
anybody-can-make-thousand-dollar-garment-because-you-find-finest-fabric-finest-mills-you-churn-that-out
children-worked-in-mills-i-will-always-believe-that-children-are-designed-for-green-meadows-play-not-for-factories-cotton-dust-nancy-b-brewer
pressed-by-obama-administration-consumers-kraft-nestle-pepsi-campbell-general-mills-among-others-have-begun-to-trim-loads-salt-sugar-fat-in-many-products
as-successful-romantic-novelist-one-my-publishers-is-mills-boon-i-create-sort-male-heroes-that-no-woman-could-fail-to-adore-few-real-men-could-p-c-cast
death-life-they-are-in-air-water-earth-fire-that-surround-us-they-comingle-like-dance-weeping-rejoicing-the-joy-pain-become-one-we-are-dualistic-nature-jennifer-mills-dianne-brig
though-mills-god-grind-slowly-yet-they-grind-exceeding-small-though-with-patience-he-stands-waiting-with-exactness-grinds-he-all-henry-wadsworth-longfellow
softly-softly-i-want-none-but-judges-to-hear-me-the-jews-have-already-gotten-me-into-fine-mess-as-they-have-many-other-gentleman-i-have-no-desire-to-marcus-tullius-cicero
i-was-born-in-glasgow-but-my-family-is-pretty-much-from-little-town-called-paisley-famous-for-its-cotton-mills-paisley-pattern-gerard-butler
boxing-purists-quite-naturally-question-tysons-appetite-for-victory-mills-lane-should-have-stopped-the-fight-before-tyson-took-a-second-helping
donna-mills-came-on-show-as-female-antagonist-about-year-before-now-they-wanted-to-have-male-antagonist-i-was-cast-as-senator-to-shake-things-up
gods-mills-grind-slow-but-they-grind-woe-william-rounseville-alger
i-understand-why-barack-obama-wants-to-send-every-kid-to-college-because-their-indoctrination-mills-absolutely-the-indoctrination-that-is-going-on-rick-santorum
writing-for-mills-boon-taught-me-lot-discipline-you-have-to-produce-books-in-short-time-scale-four-year-it-teaches-you-lot
dick-mills-was-in-charge-sound-effects-all-rest-then-he-put-voice-through-ring-modulator-whatever-gizmos-hed-got-at-time-to-make-it-sound-little-more-electronic
veblen-called-it-pricesystem-mills-called-it-power-elite-its-probably-no-more-than-ninetynine-people-who-dont-know-what-they-are-doing-theyre-involved-in-high-finance-fascinating
josie-life-is-not-mills-boon-book-people-fall-out-love-people-disappoint-other-people-they-find-it-hard-to-forgive-melina-marchetta
in-don-mills-in-sixties-nothing-comes-close-to-humiliation-losing-argument-in-our-weird-little-creative-circle-no-one-cares-who-has-faster-fists-but-to-lose-argument-suggests-inf
in-georgia-where-children-work-day-night-in-cotton-mills-they-have-just-passed-bill-to-protect-song-birds-what-about-little-children-from-whom-all-mother-jones
it-doesnt-make-any-difference-what-religion-you-are-how-young-you-are-how-old-you-areif-they-go-to-these-abortion-mills-stand-there-praythat-would-norma-mccorvey
i-was-born-pauline-matthews-grew-up-in-bradford-as-one-three-children-i-had-older-brother-david-older-sister-betty-my-father-fred-worked-in-mills-as-textile-weaving-supervisor-my
general-motors-general-mills-general-foods-general-ignorance-general-apathy-general-cussedness-elect-presidents-congressmen-maintain-them-in-power-herbert-m-shelton
Talk about corporate greed and everything is really crucially beside the point, in my view, and really should be recognized as a very big regression from what working people, and a lot of others, understood very well a century ago. Talk about corporate greed is nonsense. Corporations are greedy by their nature. They're nothing else - they are instruments for interfering with markets to maximize profit, and wealth and market control. You can't make them more or less greedy; I mean maybe you can sort of force them, but it's like taking a totalitarian state and saying 'Be less brutal!' Well yeah, maybe you can get a totalitarian state to be less brutal, but that's not the point - the point is not to get a tyranny to be less brutal, but to get rid of it. Now 150 years ago, that was understood. If you read the labour press - there was a very lively labour press, right around here [Massachusetts] ; Lowell and Lawrence and places like that, around the mid nineteenth century, run by artisans and what they called factory girls; young women from the farms who were working there - they weren't asking the autocracy to be less brutal, they were saying get rid of it. And in fact that makes perfect sense; these are human institutions, there's nothing graven in stone about them. They [corporations] were created early in this century with their present powers, they come from the same intellectual roots as the other modern forms of totalitarianism - namely Stalinism and Fascism - and they have no more legitimacy than they do. I mean yeah, let's try and make the autocracy less brutal if that's the short term possibility - but we should have the sophistication of, say, factory girls in Lowell 150 years ago and recognize that this is just degrading and intolerable and that, as they put it 'those who work in the mills should own them ' And on to everything else, and that's democracy - if you don't have that, you don't have democracy.

Noam Chomsky
talk-about-corporate-greed-everything-is-really-crucially-beside-point-in-my-view-really-should-be-recognized-as-big-regression-from-what-working-people-lot-others-understood-wel
One of the most ambitious men to exploit the timber trade was Hugh F. McDanield, a railroad builder and tie contractor who had come to Fayetteville along with the Frisco. He bought thousands of acres of land within hauling distance of the railroad and sent out teams of men to cut the timber. By the mid-1880s, after a frenzy of cutting in south Washington County, he turned his gaze to the untapped fortune of timber on the steep hillsides of southeast Washington County and southern Madison County, territory most readily accessed along a wide valley long since leveled by the east fork of White River. Mr. McDanield gathered a group of backers and the state granted a charter September 4, 1886, giving authority to issue capital stock valued at $1.5 million, which was the estimated cost to build a rail line through St. Paul and on to Lewisburg, which was a riverboat town on the Arkansas River near Morrilton. McDanield began surveys while local businessman J. F. Mayes worked with property owners to secure rights of way. 'On December 4, 1886, a switch was installed in the Frisco main line about a mile south of Fayetteville, and the spot was named Fayette Junction.' Within six months, 25 miles of track had been laid east by southeast through Baldwin, Harris, Elkins, Durham, Thompson, Crosses, Delaney, Patrick, Combs, and finally St. Paul. Soon after, in 1887, the Frisco bought the so-called 'Fayetteville and Little Rock' line from McDanield. It was estimated that in the first year McDanield and partners shipped out more than $2, 000, 000 worth of hand-hacked white oak railroad ties at an approximate value of twenty-five cents each. Mills ran day and night as people arrived 'by train, wagon, on horseback, even afoot' to get a piece of the action along the new track, commonly referred to as the 'St. Paul line.' Saloons, hotels, banks, stores, and services from smithing to tailoring sprang up in rail stop communities.

Denele Pitts Campbell
one-most-ambitious-men-to-exploit-timber-trade-was-hugh-f-mcdanield-railroad-builder-tie-contractor-who-had-come-to-fayetteville-along-with-frisco-he-bought-thousands-acres-land-
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