The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 42, July 1938 - April, 1939 Page: 326
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326 Southwestern Historical Quarterly
by the Syndicate of the action in the first two cases would indicate
their acceptance of legal responsibility for the acts in question.
For members of Congress it was certainly the profitable course to
clear their own skirts and let the case go by plea of guilty on the
part of their agent. But since it is never wise for any one in
public office to be subject to legal investigation unless his life
is so blameless as to be unmortal, this action cannot be taken as
proof that they had aided and abetted Wilke. But the inference
is clear that here is no proof that peaceful pressure is an effective
weapon in the labor struggle.
RUTH ALICE ALLEN.
The University of Texas.
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