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: There's a lot of people out there, and they ain't just gonna go away. They got voices now and they're goin' to be listened to. Putting them in jail is not going to stop them. That's the power of the press, Joe. So thanks for teaching me about it. Seitz
: Those kids put out a pretty good paper there, Chief. Joseph Pulitzer
: I ordered a printing ban on all strike matters. Now, who defied me? Whose press did you use to print this on? Whose? Jack Kelly
: Well, we only use the best, Joe. So, I just want to say... thanks again.
: Now when I created the World...
: Know what I was doing at your age, boy? I was in a war. The Civil War. Jack Kelly
: Yeah, I heard of it. So, did ya win? Joseph Pulitzer
: People think war is about right or wrong and not power. Jack Kelly
: Yeah, I heard of that too. I don't just sell your papes, Joe. Sometime I read 'em
: Anyone who doesn't act in their own self interest is a fool. David Jacobs
: Then what does that make you? Joseph Pulitzer
: What? Jack Kelly
: Oh, this is my pal, Davey. The Walkin' Mouth. David Jacobs
: You talk about self-interest, but since the strike, your circulation's been down 70%. Everyday you're losing thousands of dollars just to beat us out of one lousy tenth of a cent. Why? Jack Kelly
: You see, it ain't about the money, Dave. It Joe gives in to nobodies like us, it means we got the power. And he can't do that, no matter what it costs.