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" ... class of men that can be induced to take the place of other men who have stopped work. Neither the best men as men, nor the best men as workers, are thus to be obtained. There is an unwritten law among the best workmen: "Thou shalt not take thy neighbor's... "
Mr. Carnegie's Conundrum: £40,000,000 what Shall I Do with It? - Página 38
por William Thomas Stead - 1900 - 168 páginas
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The North American Review, Volumen155

1892
...induced to take the place of other men who have stopped work. Neither the best men as men, nor the best men as workers, are thus to be obtained. There...is an unwritten law among the best workmen : ' Thou shall not take thy neighbor's job.' No wise employer will lightly lose his old employees. Length of...
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Report of Mr. Gallinger: From the Select Committee to Investigate and Report ...

United States. Congress. Senate - 1893 - 271 páginas
...induced to take the place of other men who have stopped work. Neither the best men as men, nor the best men as workers, are thus to be obtained. There...law among the best workmen, 'Thou shalt not take thy neighbor's job.' No wise employer will lightly lose his old employés. Length of service counts for...
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The Journal of Political Economy, Volumen2

1894
...induced to take the place of other men who have stopped work. Neither the best men as men, nor the best men as workers, are thus to be obtained. There...is an unwritten law among the best workmen, ' Thou shall not take thy neighbor's job.' No wise employer will lightly lose his old employe's. Length of...
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THE CYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN BIOGRAPHY

James E. Homans - 1900
...come in and take their places during a strike. Andrew Carnegie himself had said, a few years before: * There is an unwritten law among the best workmen, " Thou shalt not take thy neighbor's job." ' " Mr. Carnegie, however, had selected the secluded residence at Rannodi Lodge, in...
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The Gospel of Wealth and Other Timely Essays

Andrew Carnegie - 1901 - 305 páginas
...induced to take the place of other men who have stopped work. Neither the best men as men, nor the best men as workers, are thus to be obtained. There...among the best workmen : " Thou shalt not take thy neighbor's job." No wise employer will lightly lose his old employees. Length of service counts for...
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The Inside History of the Carnegie Steel Company: A Romance of Millions

James Howard Bridge - 1903 - 369 páginas
...induced to take the place of other men who have stopped work. Neither the best men as men, nor the best men as workers, are thus to be obtained. There...law among the best workmen: 'Thou shalt not take thy neighbor's job.' ' Lofty in spirit and purpose as this essay was, its humanitarian intent was grossly...
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The Romance of Steel: The Story of a Thousand Millionaires

Herbert Newton Casson - 1907 - 376 páginas
...come in and take their places during a strike. Andrew Carnegie himself had said, a few years before: "There is an unwritten law among the best workmen, 'Thou shalt not take thy neighbour's job.'" A Presidential election was at hand, and the partisan howling of politicians made cool reasoning impossible....
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Millionaires and Grub Street

...induced to take the place of 36 other men who have stopped work. Neither the best men as men, nor the best men as workers, are thus to be obtained. There...is an unwritten law among the best workmen: "Thou shall not take thy neighbor's job." I recall that he wrote this passage with a pad on his lap while...
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Bone Wars: The Excavation and Celebrity of Andrew Carnegie's Dinosaur

Tom Rea - 2004 - 288 páginas
...unionism a good idea for managers and workers, as it solved disputes in ways that allowed both to prosper. "There is an unwritten law among the best workmen: 'Thou shalt not take thy neighbor's job,'" he wrote. But by 1892 workmen's wages were growing faster than Carnegie liked. Production...
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The Tycoons: How Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller, Jay Gould, and J. P ...

Charles R. Morris - 2006 - 400 páginas
...remain idle . . . than to employ a class of men who can be induced to take the place of other men. . . . There is an unwritten law among the best workmen: "Thou shalt not take thy neighbor's job." The most deplorable features of the Homestead tragedy — the fierce commitment to...
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