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So the first stage in the destruction of respect for the workingman and -woman was the development of antiperspirant deodorants.
Membership gave an identity and separated the workingman from paupers on poor-relief.
I have been there for the workingman and their family,'' Villaraigosa said.
These are the people who create jobs for the blue-collar workingman.
Although I didn't agree with his later politics, early on in his career he was fighting for the workingman.
FOR those who are still naively misguided by the assumption that the UPS strike was about ``the common workingman,'' allow me to clue you in.