GOVERNMENT: A Stubborn Man

Husky, handsome Paul C. Fisher, owner of Chicago's small but prosperous Fisher Pen Co., thinks of himself as a 20th century Tom Paine, and is hell-bent on stopping the "worldwide drift toward tyranny and destruction." Last week Penman Fisher went to jail for what he thought was the tyranny of the Wages & Hours Act.

Two years ago, Government agents called at the pen works and asked to make a routine wage & hour check for the Department of Labor. The department had become interested in the company after the Illinois department of labor told Fisher that he was violating...

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