LABOR: Case of Mary-Helen

One day last week a southeastern Kentucky farmer named O. E. Taylor stood up in the Federal court room at London and addressed the judge. Farmer Taylor said that back in 1929 he worked for General Motors, hurt his right arm. The arm still aches at times, and when it aches Mr. Taylor hates corporations. Therefore, he did not feel that he should sit as a juror in the case about to be tried. In the same jury box briefly occupied by Mr. Taylor, Factory Employe Ralph Mays was asked about his...

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