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Bouck White's "Long Hours"

Bouck White's "Marching Song"

Bouck White's "The Middle Class"

Bouck White's "On Thy Guard"

Bouck White's "Our Fatherland"

Bouck White's "The People's Coronation"

Bouck White's "The Profit-Takers"

Bouck White's "Proletary Host Advancing"

Bouck White's "Propaganda"

Bouck White's "Ring the Bells of Gladness"

Bouck White's "Rise, Ye Captives!"

Bouck White's "Sad, Unhappy Age"

Bouck White's "Socialism's Mandate"

Bouck White's "Soldier Boy Dying Tonight"

Bouck White's "Song of All Nations"

Bouck White's "The Sons of Toil Are Waking"

Bouck White's "Stand for the Blood-Red Banner"

Bouck White's "To Battle We're Marching"

Bouck White's "To the Captives That Languish and Die"

Bouck White's "Warriors Are We"

Bouck White's "We Shall Live"

Bouck White's "We Speak a Manifesto"

Bouck White's "Who Follows in Their Train"

Bouck White's "The Wide-Awakes"

Bouck White's "The Workers' Calvary"

Bouck White's "Workers of the World, Unite"

Bouck White's "The Workers' Song Is Swelling"

Bouck White's "The World's Historic Dream"

Bouck White (1874-1951) was an American author, Jesusist, minister, and socialist.

Robert Burns's "A Man's a Man for A' That"

H.W. Fuison's "Awake! Be Free!"

Charles W. Collinge's "Coming By and By"

Ernest Charles Jones's "Song of the Lower Classes"

William Morris's "The March of the Workers"

James Richardson's "The Men Who Work"

John Greenleaf Whittier's "The Poor Voter on Election Day"

Thomas O'Reilly's "The Song of the Proletaire"

Robert Burns (1759-1796) was a Scottish lyricist and poet.

H.W. Fuison was a charter member of Harper Lodge No. 29 of the Ancient Order of United Workmen organized in Linn County, Missouri on 17 October 1877.

No biographical information available on Charles W. Collinge.

Ernest Charles Jones (1819-1869) was an English Chartist, poet, and novelist.

James Richardson (1817-1863) was an American essayist, lecturer, poet, and preacher.

John Greenleaf Whittier (1807-1892) was an American poet, abolitionist, and Quaker.

Thomas O'Reilly, an American unionist from Brooklyn, New York, was elected president of the Brotherhood of Telegraphers in 1885, and in 1886, was a master workman of KOL DA 45 (the telegraphers' trade assembly), and was an editor of the journal of the Knights of Labor from 1889 to 1893.

Thomas Phillips Thompson's "The Bitter Cry"

Thomas Phillips Thompson's "The Call to Action"

Thomas Phillips Thompson's "The Factory Slave"

Thomas Phillips Thompson's "The Grand Labor Cause"

Thomas Phillips Thompson's "In the Reign of Justice"

Thomas Phillips Thompson's "Labor's Harvest Home"

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