Lexicographical Neighbors of Padronism
padronism (current term)
Literary usage of Padronism
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The University Militant by Charles Ferguson (1911)
"The development of this padronism has already brought to pass that the mere investor — ie, the capitalist — is continually and systematically sacrificed to ..."
2. Report of the Proceedings (1902)
"... and it is through this society originally and the gentlemen connected therewith that padronism, so far as regards the bringing of very young children ..."
3. Selected Articles on the Closed Shop by Lamar Taney Beman (1922)
"Foremen and sub- foremen and straw bosses, in their insatiate desire to get more wages than the employer pays, have made a condition of padronism in ..."
4. Report by United States Industrial Commission (1901)
"... unless there is a perfect system of padronism how is it possible that these contractors could be furnished with 10500 of these people for over two years ..."
5. Annual Report by New Jersey, Bureau of Industrial Statistics (1902)
"... $500 each by their union for the offence known as "padronism," by which is meant receiving money from men in consideration of giving them employment. ..."
6. Biennial Report by Washington (State). Bureau of Labor, IL Bureau Labor Statistics, West Virginia Bureau of Labor Statistics, Division of Liquor Control, Wisconsin, New Mexico (1886)
"padronism, as it has been practiced recently in tbe United States, is vicious beyond expression, as well as depressing to free labor, and should therefore ..."
7. Documents of the Senate of the State of New York by New York (State). Legislature. Senate (1917)
"... in legislative enactments to stop, or protect, child labor, in the abolition of padronism and other form of chattel service on the part of human beings. ..."