There was um... one forman, I forget his name, he was quite old then. He has, he is dead now, but it was one of the big formans called one day, and told me that if I didn't get him to quit his agitatind and sturing them guys up over a strike and over the working conditions they were going to fire him and he wouldn't have a job and what was we gonna do?

And uh... I said, well that is his decision and if wants to stay at whatever he does down there, that's his job. It isn't mine, my job is here at the house. And he says, "So you aren't gonna talk him out of it?" And I said "No, that's up to him. Whatever he wants to do, thats his line of duty."

Show Transcript Speaker: Mrs. Rollin Moon. Interviewed by U-M Flint Labor History Project. Date of interview: 5-10-1979. Edited by Michael Van Dyke.

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