1 I'm not trying to organize Browning Clubs, and sit in clean white kids yearning up at lecturers with ribbony eyeglasses.
2 It was such a force as this that Jurgis had to organize.
3 He had published a pamphlet about it, and set out to organize a party of his own, when a stray Socialist leaflet had revealed to him that others had been ahead of him.
4 The European system was already founded; all that remained was to organize it.
5 You do not know how to organize a day of enjoyment in this age, he exclaimed.
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6 But twofold is the merit and twofold the glory of those captains who not only have had to subdue their enemies, but also before encountering them to organize and discipline their forces.
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7 And it was against this nocturnal organization that the newspapers of the North cried out most loudly, never realizing the tragic necessity that brought it into being.
8 Then there was the organization of Democrats who forgathered every Wednesday night to devise ways of regaining the ballot and Frank never missed a meeting.
9 This worked great hardship and strained the tact and forbearance of the unrelated half of the town, for the India-Melanie feud made a rupture in practically every social organization.
10 And--I know this will hurt you, Mrs. Butler, but I am contributing plenty of money to the organization, too.
11 Grandmother Majauszkiene knew that because her son belonged to a political organization with a contractor who put up exactly such houses.
12 The delegate explained to him how it depended upon their being able to get every man to join and stand by the organization, and so Jurgis signified that he was willing to do his share.
13 Ostrinski explained the organization of the party, the machinery by which the proletariat was educating itself.
14 "Local Cook County," as the city organization was called, had eighty branch locals, and it alone was spending several thousand dollars in the campaign.
15 The broader economic organization thus clearly demanded sprang up here and there as accident and local conditions determined.