We should travel back quite a while back, nearly to the day 

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  and review what then-President Ronald Reagan needed to say regarding Labor Day on Sept. 7, 1987.

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 "Every year, at summer's end, we interrupt to respect working people

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 Their work, creativity, and commitment to family and nation have manufactured the freest,

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 most prosperous country the world has at any point known

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  Their exchanges and occupations are endless, yet with all their variety they are one in obligation to the standards of a majority rules government 

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 and to the fantasy of a superior life for them and for their kids

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 Chasing after that American dream, each age has demonstrated over again the pride of work and of working individuals,"

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 Reagan prompted in his public directive for the afternoon.

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