Weyl thinks that "the workers' real attitude is that of the ordinary trade-unionist."
If you are to be here long, I'm sure Mrs. Weyl would like to see you.
On the other hand there is that danger from the rising of the masses which Weyl heralds.
Bayard drank from a foaming bottle of beer, Weyl from a pop container.
Mrs. Weyl returned to Yavapai and with her coming Ann found another outlet for the trouble that she fought vainly to repress.
This war underneath and after the war is as Weyl sees it, the war of the poor and exploited against all the exploiters.
Weyl drained the last of his pop and tossed the bottle away.
Her look wavered and the face of Mrs. Weyl showed a sudden comprehension.