PG | | Drama
A young single mother and textile worker agrees to help unionize her mill despite the problems and dangers involved.
According to a 1980 Washington Post article, Crystal Lee Sutton received no profits from the movie.
Forget it! I'm stayin' right where I am. It's gonna take you and the police department and the fire department and the National Guard to get me outta here!
Reuben comes to inspect the plant to verify that his notices are not being stripped off of the bulletin boards in violation of the court order. Upon finding his notice and demanding it be brought down to "eye level", he insists on reading it because "No union organizer, not even a known union member has been inside the fences and walls of this factory for more than ten years." It is not explained how the notice got posted there in the first place.
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