the moral of the story is that he took gubmint money as a subsidy, right? which is why the gubmint had a say in the working conditions, right? and if he had been a good free enterpriser like he probably shot his mouth off all the time about being, and hadn't-a took the gubmint money, he coulda worked the wetbacks without a/c and running water and toilets, right? right. consistency: it's so hard.