You didn't need to sell your soul to ...

You didn't need to sell your soul to this company's store (2009...

There are 1 comment on the Asheville Citizen-Times story from Feb 4, 2009, titled You didn't need to sell your soul to this company's store (2009.... In it, Asheville Citizen-Times reports that:

'I owe my soul to the company store,' Tennessee Ernie Ford sang in his grim, coal-mining recording, 'Sixteen Tons.' Champion Fibre Co.'s Reuben B. Robertson had a different viewpoint on establishing a company ...

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Orlando, FL

#1 Feb 5, 2009
Those good old days! People cared for each other. They knew everyone's business and financial condition, but it was okay, because everyone was in the same condition. Neighbors were neighborly, the doctor would make a housecall. If you needed to borrow a cup of sugar or flour, you needn't feel embarrassed, because you would do the same for them.Sounds like my idea of what Paradise will be.

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