The Flint Sit-Down Strike Audio Presentation


Fisher Two was a more of a conservative group of people I think, than Fisher One, now uh, Fisher One, we know Bud Simons belonged to the Communist Party. We know, he admits it, it's in the book you know that he belongs to the Communist Part, and there was a few others over there that belonged to that, and they are a militant group. Over in our plant, I was just a big dumb farmer boy is all I was, you know what I mean, but I knew that I had a grievance, and I knew that we had to have help because I knew I couldn't continue to work like that, and provide for my family cause I knew I wouldn't be able to last that long. So ours was more or less out of desperation

Show Transcript Speaker: Maynard Mundale. Interviewed by U-M Flint Labor History Project. Date of interview: 7-22-1980. Edited by Michael Van Dyke.

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