L'Union Fait la Farce Bernard Partridge Cartoons from Punch magazine
L'Union Fait la Farce. Unemployed Workman. "Got a job for me, guv'nor?" Ratepayer. "Yes; I want my house done up." Unemployed Workman. "Can't take less than union rates." Ratepayer. "Can't afford 'em; but I'll give you a fair living wage." Unemployed Workman. "Why, I'm told I ought to get that for doing nothing!"
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