quit monkeying with the government.
On December 27, 1944 President Franklin Roosevelt ordered the National Guard in several states to seize Montgomery Wards and its chairman, Avery Sewell. Sewell had refused to recognize the government's authority to impose agreements between management and labor. As Wards was a major supplier to the government for the war effort, Roosevelt was having none of it. Finally his patience came to an end and Sewell was carried bodily from his Chicago headquarters office.