Other People's Money

Flynn, John T.
May 1939
New Republic;5/10/39, Vol. 99 Issue 1275, p19
Comments on the strike staged by members of the Mine Workers union in the U.S. Potential of the American Federation of Labor to influence the outcome of the strike; Controversy over the plan of imposing fines on labors; Evaluation of the decision of President Franklin D. Roosevelt to keep out of the controversy; Prospect over the achievement of a settlement.


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