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Attorney T.A. Noftzger writes to Governor Davis, who has just been elected Governor of the state of Kansas on a campaign promise that he will abolish the Court of Industrial Relations. In this letter, attorney Noftzger provides strategies, the Governor might employ in fulfilling this goal. "The real objection" he writes, "are not that injustice is done to labor or that injustice is done to capital. The objection which I think should be emphasized is contrary to the fundamental principles of civil government and civil rights for which our ancestors have fought?"

Creator: Noftzger, T.A.
Date: November 24, 1922

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Item Number: 214538
Call Number: Governors Office, Jonathan Davis, Correspondence Files, Box 21.5 Folder 8
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 214538

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