"We can ask for and support such measures as will assure for our people decent living conditions, permanent jobs and a voice in determining the conditions under which they will live and work. We can effect these objectives only by making our power felt in the halls and on the floors of Congress, and activity toward this end begins with participation in the primaries of our land".
January 1938, AKA Founders Day speech
Source: A Love That Equals My Labors, The Life Story of Norma E. Boyd
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