When the Republicans Win

Harris, A. I.
September 1940
New Republic;9/30/40, Vol. 103 Issue 14, p439
Focuses on the emergence of the Republican Party to power in Minnesota. Information on the Republican campaign in the state; Role of Governor Harold E. Stassen in the Republican victory; Description of the tenure of outgoing Farmer-Labor Party; Description of weaknesses of State Relief Bill; Enactment of state labor-relations law; Provision of mandatory a ten days' notice before either a strike or lockout can be called; Removal of Herman Wenzel as conservation commissioner by Stassen.


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