Labor's Post-War Plans

Fuller, Helen
October 1943
New Republic;10/4/43, Vol. 109 Issue 14, p454
Focuses on the steps taken by the labor unions of the world to have a say on the peace table after the end of the World War II. Support of the labor unions for full U.S. participation in a post-War world organization to preserve, the peace, with an international police force to do its will and for continuing responsibility on the part of the country for relief and rehabilitation and an improved standard of living for all people everywhere; Plan of UAW which talks about labor's role in the execution of post-War programs at home; Contention of the labor unions that abolition of the National Resources Planning Board was an error that must be corrected by creation of some new group to fill the gap; Entering of the AFL Electrical Workers, under the leadership of Marion Hedges, into an as yet unique labor-management-committee arrangement for post-war planning.


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