As you suggested I have in the following disputed certain passages, trusting you will do me the justice either to modify the same or add a note in the new edition stating that I dispute,’ etc.
A few men own from ten thousand to two hundred thousand acres each. The poor Laborer can find no resting place, save on the barren mountain, or in the trackless desert.
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Denis Kearney was born in Oakmount, County Cork, Ireland. He was a California labor leader of the late 19th century who was known for his nativist and racist views about Chinese immigrants. He is known for ending all of his speeches with the sentence "And whatever happens, the Chinese must go." He studied public speaking and frequented newspaper offices, where he exchanged views on current affairs and social philosophy. In 1877 he was elected secretary of the Workingmen's Trade and Labor Union of San Francisco.
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