Because the Board was within its discretion in overruling Case Farms' objections, we deny the company's petition for review and enforce the Board's order. Case Farms operates a poultry processing plant in Morganton, North Carolina. 806, 807, 1995 WL 526369 (1995) (“In these cases [following Sewell ] the Board has consistently reiterated that ‘the rule in Sewell is applicable only in those circumstances where it is determined that the “appeals or arguments can have no purpose except to inflame the racial feelings of voters in the election.” ’ ” (quoting Bancroft Mfg. Silverman's Men's Wear, Inc., 656 F.2d 53, 55 (3d Cir.1981) (union representative called a company vice president a “stingy Jew” at an employee meeting); YKK (U. Both the Board and the courts have upheld more direct appeals to ethnic solidarity. at 497 (citing Sewell as the “seminal case for analysis”); id.
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