I do remember supervision counting me in, and they were concerned about um... Reds. They called me and wanted to know if I would be, sort well of on their side, I don't know just what you'd call it, but they would like me to walk in the rest room and just keep my eyes and my ears open and report to them, anything that I might hear that was, uh... communistic.

And of course, it didn't make any difference to me, I mean, after all I would just as soon not have communists around either, so anyway, I said yes, that I would, anyway in the meantime um... the doctor suggested that I quit work, and uh... so I don't think I was there probably a month after that.

Show Transcript Speaker: Dorothy Harbin. Interviewed by U-M Flint Labor History Project. Date of interview: 3-3-1980. Edited by Michael Van Dyke.

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