Title continues: "We don't try to pull ourselves up by our boot straps--do we? Then why try to get richer by producing less?" Poster text urges greater production to win the war; labor can earn the nation's gratitude by developing the American...
Text warns to beware of German traps and German trouble makers who will try to cause internal strife in America as they did in Russia. Poster urges to settle disputes after the war, or the Kaiser will settle it all.
Text: "We must all do our best to make the change from war work to peace work as easy as possible. Cooperation is the big thing needed now! We cannot start by stopping; we cannot multiply by dividing; we must forget our prejudices and drive ahead....
Text: "Our Chance. He lives best who serves his fellows best. This war is our chance, not do GET more, but to DO more. The group which does the most toward winning the war will have the greatest influence after the war is over."
Text states, in part: "Question: Who will win this war between America ruled by free men and Germany ruled by militarism? Answer: The winning nation will be the one whose people produce the most food, ships, munitions, and other goods..."
Text urges workers to stay on their present job because drifting from job to job keeps machines idle and "give[s] comfort to the Kaiser". Staying on the job will assure that fighters for freedom are armed, fed, and clothed.
Title continues: "Classes and peoples have won power as they have proved themselves to be necessary for the defense of the State. Those of us who do the most toward winning this war will receive the most benefits after the war is over."