Mr. Willkie and Labor

September 1940
New Republic;9/2/40, Vol. 103 Issue 10, p325
The article focuses on the views of Wendell Willkie, president of public utility firm Commonwealth & Southern Corp., on labor and its rights to organize freely and bargain collectively in the U.S. He acknowledged the company's move in meeting with the labor union and issued statements of policy.


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