Quotation by George Seaton

You go back and tell them that the New York State Supreme Court rules there's no Santa Claus. It's all over the papers. The kids read it and they don't hang up their stockings. Now what happens to all the toys that are supposed to be in those stockings? Nobody buys them. The toy manufacturers are going to like that. So they have to lay off a lot of their employees. Union employees. Now you've got the C.I.O. and the A.F. of L. against you, and they're going to adore you for it. And they're gonna say it with votes.
George Seaton (1911–1979), U.S. screenwriter. Halloran (William Frawley), Miracle On 34th Street, spelling out political realities to the judge (1947).
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