Quote: who said it?

“… so long as there are disputes among labor, capital need not fear. When labor becomes a UNITED effort, capital may fear.”

Who said it?
(hint: it is not a political, economics, or labor figure)

I’ll post the answer after you’ve had a chance to guess.

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2 thoughts on “Quote: who said it?

    • Bingo! Well done. It is from World Affairs reading #3976-24. Excerpt:

      17. (Q) Are capital and labor fulfilling their responsibility toward each other? Where does the basic fault lie and what attitude should we take in correcting this condition?
      (A) Who is to judge one against another?

      As has been indicated, so long as there are disputes among labor, capital need not fear. When labor becomes a UNITED effort, capital may fear.

      As to the fault, and the attitude, – in that same principle that he that labors may eat, he that labors not may not eat. These are principles; and, to be sure, capital labors as well as he that worketh with the hands. But NOT to the detriment of, but to the united effort of all to be a greater channel of service.

      Edgar Cayce Readings © 1971, 1993-2007 by the Edgar Cayce Foundation
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