Speech on Patriotism (Document 3), item 21

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constructed at an expense

of $                      and all went

well until the city of St.

Louis discovered that Chicago

was contaminating

St Louis by sending this sewage

past her doors. Did the

city of St Louis or the state of

Missouri call out the militia

to invade the state of Illinois

and the city of Chicago? Not

at all. No one thought of

such a thing. Suppose, however,

this had been done.

Suppose Missouri had mobilized

a great army of trained

soldiers, marched into Illinois,

up to the Drainage Canal

blown it up with dynamite

and held the foundations of

the canal until Chicago 

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20/

constructed at an expense

of $                      and all went

well until the city of St.

Louis discovered that Chicago

was contaminating

St Louis by sending this sewage

past her doors. Did the

city of St Louis or the state of

Missouri call out the militia

to invade the state of Illinois

and the city of Chicago? Not

at all. No one thought of

such a thing. Suppose, however,

this had been done.

Suppose Missouri had mobilized

a great army of trained

soldiers, marched into Illinois,

up to the Drainage Canal

blown it up with dynamite

and held the foundations of

the canal until Chicago 


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  • November 18, 2017 03:54:55 Thomas A. Lingner

    20/

    constructed at an expense

    of $                      and all went

    well until the city of St.

    Louis discovered that Chicago

    was contaminating

    St Louis by sending this sewage

    past her doors. Did the

    city of St Louis or the state of

    Missouri call out the militia

    to invade the state of Illinois

    and the city of Chicago? Not

    at all. No one thought of

    such a thing. Suppose, however,

    this had been done.

    Suppose Missouri had mobilized

    a great army of trained

    soldiers, marched into Illinois,

    up to the Drainage Canal

    blown it up with dynamite

    and held the foundations of

    the canal until Chicago 

  • July 5, 2017 00:39:21 Annick Rodriguez

    20/

    constructed at an expense

    of $                      and all went

    well until the city if St.

    Louis discovered that Chi-

    cago was contaminating

    St Louis by sending this sewage

    past her doors. Did the

    city of St Louis or the state of

    Missouri call out the militia

    to invade the state of Illinois

    and the city of Chicago? Not

    at all. No one thought of

    such a thing. Suppose how-

    ever, this had been dine

    Suppose Missouri had mobilized

    a great army of trained

    soldiers marched into Illinois

    up to the Drainage Canal

    blown it up with dynamite

    and held the foundations of

    the canal until Chicago 


  • July 5, 2017 00:39:09 Annick Rodriguez

    20/

    constructed at an expense

    of $                      and all went

    well until the city if St.

    Louis discovered that Chi-

    cago was contaminating

    St Louis by sending this sewage

    past her doors. Did the

    city of St Louis or the state of

    Missouri call out the militia

    to invade the state of Illinois

    and the city of Chicago? Not

    at all. No one thought of

    such a thing. Suppose how-

    ever, this had been dine

    Suppose Missouri had mobilized

    a great army of trained

    soldiers marched into Illinois

    up to the Drainage Canal

    blown it up with dynamite

    and held the foundations of

    the canal until Chicago


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    Saginaw, Michigan, USA

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October 2, 1915
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