A Bold Stroke for Labor

November 1941
New Republic;11/10/41, Vol. 105 Issue 19, p607
Focuses on labor troubles in the U.S. defense industries. Growth of anti-labor feeling in a national emergency; Reference to the article "Will Congress Rescue the Unions," which discusses publicity and accountability in the management of trade unions; Comments on obstructionism of businessmen; Threats to the prestige of the National Defense Mediation Board; Commitment to a self-policing by labor so as to avoid jurisdictional and outlaw strikes.


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