Parsons, Wilfrid
May 1943
America;5/29/1943, Vol. 69 Issue 8, p200
The article discusses the personal connection of labor leader John Llewellyn Lewis on the war powers of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Accordingly, the Conciliation Commission, War Labor Board, and National Labor Relations Board were the agencies commissioned by Roosevelt to deal issues related to labor disputes. In addition, the author notes that the agencies are faced with two broad issues, which are its validity and legality as well as the essence of the Presidential orders.


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