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The fight to unionize the South brews at an N.C. slaughterhouse 

Three Robeson County Sheriff cars idle in a dirt lot in front of the windowless Mountaire chicken processing plant and slaughterhouse about 80 miles southwest of Raleigh. Semi-trucks full of live chickens barrel through the chain-link entrance and over the railroad tracks;…

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