On the Labor Front

Mangold, William P.
January 1935
New Republic;1/2/35, Vol. 81 Issue 1048, p220
Comments on the labor development in the U.S. Assurance of President Franklin D. Roosevelt to American Federation of Labor leader William Green on the aim of the administration to provide safeguards for workers; Support of the Roosevelt administration to the idea of proportional representation in the automobile and steel industries; Evaluation of the working conditions of the automobile industry employees; Strike action of The Boston Store staff.


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