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It was Maggie McNamara who led the Brooklyn Female Burnishers' Association in 1868.
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Labour Leader_ Lemlich, Clara Lewis, Augusta _Life and Labor_ Limitation of hours, and department-store clerks and elevated railroad clerks Limitation of hours, declared constitutional eight-hour law regarding, in California effects of, on health first law for, in Great Britain for public employes including men and boys organized women support relation of, to wages ten-hour law regarding, in Illinois Lippard, George "Living-in" system Lowell, Josephine Shaw Lowell, Mass. Macarthur, Mary R. Macdonald, Mary A. McDonald, J. Ramsay, quoted McDowell, Mary E. McNamara, Maggie Mahoney, Hannah (Mrs. Nolan) Maloney, Elizabeth Marot, Helen Marriage, an unstandardized trade and factory life and organization Marriage, and the working-woman Married woman, as a half-time worker as a wage-earner economic status of incongruous position of Married women and the labor movement Matthews, Lillian, quoted Maud Gonne Club Maurice, F.D. Mead, George H. Merriam, Charles E. Mill, John Stuart Minimum wage, employers' objections to for the immigrant in Australia Mitchell, Louisa Mittelstadt, Louisa Morgan, T.J. Morgan, Mrs. T.J. Mott, Lucretia Mullaney, Kate Murphy, John J. National and other central labor bodies: Amalgamated Meat Cutters' and Butchers' Workmen of North America American Federation of Musicians Boot and Shoe Workers' Union British Women's Trade Union League Cigar Makers' International Union Daughters of St. Crispin International Brotherhood of Bookbinders International Glove Workers' Union International Ladies' Garment Workers International Typographical Union Massachusetts Working Women's League National Industrial Congress National Labor Congress National Labor Union national trade unions, more than thirty from 1863 to 1873 National Trades Union New England Congress, policies of railroad brotherhoods railway unions Retail Clerks International Union Shirt, Waist and Laundry Workers' International Union Trades and Labor Congress of Canada United Felt, Panama and Straw Hat Trimmers United Garment Workers United Mine Workers United Textile Workers Women's Department, Knights of Labor Women's Labor Reform Associations Women's National Labor League Women's state labor unions Women's Trade Union League Women's Union Label League Working Women's Labor Union for the State of N.Y. National Civic Federation National Consumers' League National Young Women's Christian Association Neill, Charles P. Nestor, Agnes New York State Factory Investigating Committee _New York Sun_ Northwestern University Oberlin College O'Brien, John Occupations, and locality blind-alley trades boot and shoe workers button workers children's employments department-store clerks dish-washing domestic work dressmakers employes in state institutions garment-workers.
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The Jesuits who lied, slandered, cheated, and murdered, to promote the interests of the Church, the McNamara brothers, who dynamited buildings and bridges as a means toward the final end of attaining for laborers a just share of the fruits of their labor, the suffragettes who have been burning private houses, sticking up mail-boxes, and breaking windows, have justified their crimes by reference to the great ends they expected thereby to attain.
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The McNamara case hurt the I. W. W. sorely.
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Give us by law an industrial code that will minimize the exploitation of the weak by the strong, bringing a good measure of security and comfort to all, and such outrages as those of the McNamara brothers will cease, or at worst will be merely sporadic and generally condemned.
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JOHN McNAMARA, 861 West Main St., Greenfield, Ind. October 18, 1911.
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Examples of Mcnamara

Example #1
It was during the sixties that Kate Mullaney was leading her splendid body of Troy laundresses, and twenty years later we find Leonora Barry, another Irish girl, as the leading spirit among the women of the Knights of Labor.
Example #2
So as regards the women, by glancing over the past we can readily trace the influence of the Irish girl, in the efforts after organization, unsuccessful as these often were.
Example #3
Women and Child Wage Earners, Report on Conditions of.
Example #4
Bulletins for Women on the Farm. - Department of Labor, Bulletins.
Example #5
What shall we say to this plea?
Example #6
This has been the defense of much wrongdoing.