RADICALS: Talk No Crime

A big boast by Paul F. Kassay, young Hungarian, led to his indictment two months ago under Ohio's drastic criminal syndicalism law.— Kassay was a mechanic at the Goodyear-Zeppelin airdock where the Navy's Akron was being built. He bragged to workmen beside him that the great dirigible would never take the air because he was craftily leaving loose rivets in her frame. The workmen turned out to be U. S. Department of Justice agents who yanked Kassay off the job, turned him over to the State of Ohio to be prosecuted as a...

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