The first association of the newly arrived immigrant is one of mutual aid.
This treaty was in the nature of an alliance for mutual aid and protection.
Foreign criminal clans herd together in San Francisco for mutual aid.
The illustrations of mutual aid at Halifax would fill a volume.
Four less brave, but knowing each other well, sure of their reliability and consequently of mutual aid, will attack resolutely.
Like mankind, they sometimes co-operate for dishonest ends; they form "trusts" and organise into gangs for purposes of mutual aid.
Properly conducted, the relations between employer and employee, “mistress” and “servant,” are those of mutual aid.
Here he had to learn to get on with other individuals, to live and let live, to practise co-operation and mutual aid.
Neighborliness went beyond social interaction; it was also the basis for mutual aid and cooperation.
The extent of their mutual aid, and the exact part performed by each, will never be known.