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public opinion. I think that turned the tide. Old Mrs. Jones never spoke ill of him again she was so touched by this little attention drummed up by Ivy Lee.

Mother Jones, of course, continued in her work, but she grew very feeble minded. The United Mine Workers gave her a little pension and she lived on it over here in Alexandria. She got so that she was quite gaga and couldn't be trusted even to make a rabble-rousing speech. She would say things that weren't true and get them into trouble. I think later on in her life she probably had a stroke.

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