Interview with Oscar Fendler
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QUESTION 22
INTERVIEWER:

Did the union make any headway in terms of the Wilson farm?

OSCAR FENDLER:

None. The, the, as far as the Lee Wilson is concerned and the Southern Farmers' Tenant Union it's effect down there on any of the boys was less than one, as to ten, about zero. I never, his lawyer, I never had any trouble with the unions.

INTERVIEWER:

Why, why couldn't they make anything, any headway on the Wilson Farm? How was the farm structured so that they would've kept out the union so effectively?

OSCAR FENDLER:

The boss system of Mr. Crane, they, they knew that if they even talked or visited with the union people, they didn't have a job next day.

INTERVIEWER:

I think cut. I think this is all I had.

OSCAR FENDLER:

Does that catch you? [close up shot of Lee Wilson and Company scrip and brozine]