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"Remarks to the International Longshoremen’s Association, 1979"

"The issue is not black versus white, capital versus labor, or conservative versus liberal. The issue is restoring that [American] dream, getting this country moving again—not just for some, but for all. With economic growth, there is room for everyone to get ahead. Without it, the country tears itself apart competing for pieces of a smaller and smaller pie. And those pieces are getting smaller."

-Jack Kemp

July 16, 1979

“How NOT to Fight Inflation,”

Remarks at the 44th Annual Convention of the International Longshoremen’s Association,

AFL-CIO, Miami, FL

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