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a different side of him.
Margie, have I committed the un
pardonable sin? Once there was a
woman who was forgiven because
"she loved much." Eleanor.
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LIFE OF CATHERINE COGCIN
REFUTED STEIN'S CLAIMS
"The throngs of teachers who vis
' ited the council chamber to pay re
spect to the dead Catherine Goggin,
the hundreds of teachers who cried
as they stood by her bier, the wet
eyed school teachers at her funeral
service is a living refutation of Myer
Stein's attempt to picture the feder
ation as a blackmail institution."
The above statement is made by
Miss Margaret Haley, business agent
of the.Chicago Teachers' Federation,
who, with Miss Goggin, shouldered
the task of founding the federation.
During the Baldwin senatorial com
mittee investigation of the Teachers'
Federation last summer, TVIyer Stein,
attorney to the committee, with great
cunning, drew statements from wit-,
nesses to the effect that members of
the federation had been coerced into
joining and that the membership was
little more than blackmail tribute.