Goodbye, boys; I'm under arrest. I may have to go to jail. I may not see you for a long time. Keep up the fight! Don't surrender! Pay no attention to the injunction machine at Parkersburg. The Federal judge is a scab anyhow. While you starve he plays golf. While you serve humanity, he serves injunctions for the money powers.
Mother Jones (1830–1930), U.S. labor organizer. The Autobiography of Mother Jones, ch. 7 (1925).
Addressing a June 1902 meeting of miners in Clarksburg, West Virginia, after just having been placed under arrest by a United States Marshal. An injunction had been obtained to prevent her from speaking.