Mary Harris Jones was an Irish-born American school teacher and dressmaker who was also a labor and community organizer. She played an important role in the establishment of Industrial Workers of the World, which was a blend of both socialist and anarchist movement. Jones also founded the Social Democratic Party in the United States. She earned the tag of being “one of the most dangerous women in America” after successfully leading a revolt against the mine owners. Jones was also instrumental in protest against lax enforcement of the child labor laws in the Pennsylvania mines and silk mills. Critically remarked as “the largest selling radical magazine of the decade”, the Mother Jones magazine was aptly named after her to commemorate her contribution in American society. Mary Jones also finds her place in various folklores and hymns namely "She'll Be Coming 'Round the Mountain", "Union Maid" and "The Spirit of Mother Jones". Her thoughts and sayings centered on the issues of equality, individualism, unification, strength, motivation, hope, hard work, positivity and freedom. Read through these uplifting quotes from Mary Harris Jones.