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J. a. Baker, the secretary of the Central Labor Union in Parsons, Kansas, sends Kansas Governor Henry Allen, of Topeka, a resolution protesting the proposed industrial court legislation. Baker refers to the resolution as the most autocratic and un-American legislation ever proposed in Kansas. The industrial court legislation was passed into law in 1920 but remained on the books for only a few years when it was declared unconstitutional by the United States Supreme Court.

Creator: Central Labor Union
Date: January 2, 1920

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Item Number: 212073
Call Number: Governors Office Governor Henry Allen Box 11 Folder Industrial Relations Court "B"
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 212073

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