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Directors Leo Hurwitz & Paul Strand, 1942, 80 mins.
Based on testimony from the 1938 U.S. Senate La Follette Committee on Civil Liberties, this radical, independently-produced docudrama builds an uncompromising argument for organized labor by dramatizing real-life violations of the Bill of Rights in the early 1930s by the greedy owners of corporate Big Business. Presented by E.J. Hamacher. Admission is free for MMA members and Muskegon Community College students, or with paid Museum admission. Cinema Sundays are underwritten by Muskegon Community College.