’I told you, the last time you were here with a grievance, that you had better turn about and come out of that.
’Now it’s clear to me,’ said Mr. Bounderby, ’that you are one of those chaps who have always got a grievance.
What shall we say of that man — that working-man, that I should find it necessary so to libel the glorious name — who, being practically and well acquainted with the grievances and wrongs of you, the injured pith and marrow of this land, and having heard you, with a noble and majestic unanimity that will make Tyrants tremble, resolve for to subscribe to the funds of the United Aggregate Tribunal, and to abide by the injunctions issued by that body for your benefit, whatever they may be…
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filed a grievance with the labor board
The First Amendment also says Congress will make no law depriving the right of people to peaceably "assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances."