RAILWAYS: Give and Take

The Railroad Labor Board took a dig at the Pennsylvania Railroad, and Samuel Rea, President of the road, made a thrust at the Railroad Labor Board. Then there was calm, if not peace, once more.

The Esch-Cummings law provides that disputes between railroads and their employees shall be settled by representatives of each, meeting together. Where the competency of the representatives of the workers is doubted, the Railroad Labor Board provides electoral rules. This fact was the origin of the present controversy.

The Pennsylvania Railroad has its own employees' organizations with which it...

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