collective begging
 n.— «When Murray was through, the delegates leaped to their feet and cheered loud & long. But it was not unanimous. Grumbled one rescindist after the final vote: “Hell, we haven’t even got collective begging, let alone collective bargaining.”» —“No Collective Begging” Time Sept. 25, 1944. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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