The Crosby 'dirt farmer' left a world mark
"I'm just a dirt farmer from Crosby," was the way Rolland Redlin modestly described himself when he was chosen to serve as the floor leader for a bunch of upstart political insurgents at a Jamestown morning caucus in 1950.
They had decided to launch a 2-party system in North Dakota, beginning with the takeover of a Carrington meeting that afternoon called by Senator William Langer to reorganize the Young NPL.
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