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Barbara Allen - From the very beginning, we knew that following the majority of our nurses' decision to withdraw recognition would be considered contentious by the union. Given the number of issues raised by the union in their challenge, we are not surprised that the local National Labor Relation's Board office would seek advice from the national office in Washington. We look forward to the national office reviewing the matter and remain confident that the majority of our nurses' voices will be heard.

From the very beginning, we knew that following the majority of our nurses' decision to withdraw recognition would be considered contentious by the union. Given the number of issues raised by the union in their challenge, we are not surprised that the local National Labor Relation's Board office would seek advice from the national office in Washington. We look forward to the national office reviewing the matter and remain confident that the majority of our nurses' voices will be heard.

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B. R. Ambedkar - The second thing we are wanting in is the recognition of the principle of fraternity. What does fraternity mean? Fraternity means a sense of common brotherhood of all Indians, all Indians being one people. It is a principle that gives solidarity to social life. It is difficult thing to achieve. It seems to me that there lies a heavy duty to see that democracy does not vanish from the earth as a governing principle of human relationship. If we believe in it, we must both be true and loyal to it. We must not only be staunch in our faith in democracy but we must resolve to see that whatever we do, we do not help the enemies of democracy to uproot the principles of liberty, equality and fraternity. It follows that we must strive along with other democratic countries to maintain the basis of democratic civilization. If democracy lives we are sure to reap the benefit of it. If democracy dies it will be our doom. On that there can be no doubt.

The second thing we are wanting in is the recognition of the principle of fraternity. What does fraternity mean? Fraternity means a sense of common brotherhood of all Indians, all Indians being one people. It is a principle that gives solidarity to social life. It is difficult thing to achieve. It seems to me that there lies a heavy duty to see that democracy does not vanish from the earth as a governing principle of human relationship. If we believe in it, we must both be true and loyal to it. We must not only be staunch in our faith in democracy but we must resolve to see that whatever we do, we do not help the enemies of democracy to uproot the principles of liberty, equality and fraternity. It follows that we must strive along with other democratic countries to maintain the basis of democratic civilization. If democracy lives we are sure to reap the benefit of it. If democracy dies it will be our doom. On that there can be no doubt.

B. R. Ambedkar Indian Politician
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