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Dear Margaret My dearest friend life here has been incredibly overwhelming My husband Gilbert a self made businessman made our life comfortable by making his money through the family paintart industry This industry has been in his family for decades and recently we found out that his most precious possession might be going bankrupt My family is pure turmoil The paint market is clogged and he has invested a lot of money in stocks that have not been doing well in any means We have dug ourselves deep in a hole of debts because of this flaccid economy Gilbert is doing everything in his power to keep his family business alive but our family is ultimately suffering These past few months have hit us hard and we are running out of ideas to keep his business open After all we need to survive Everyday I wake up in hopes of a better day but we are surrounded by hundreds of people in the streets do to the labor strikes across town I read it everyday in the newspapers and I am scared for the economy The workers that are on strike want to receive more money and get better benefits They are not going to go to work until they get a fair pay However Henry Frick the leader of the Steal Way Industry decided to go on a strike of his own He announced a lock out and closed his Steal industry telling the workers that they cannot receive any money unless they go back to his terms Obviously his strategy worked because a lot of workers could not survive without their monthly bills I personally sympathize for them Speaking of which what do you think about this Industrial Paternalism I find it quite intriguing This seems completely sensible due to the fact that Pullman will treat his workers like family I hear its like their own little community Pullman has
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