Education: Labor Problems

"Teach labor problems," is the plea just issued by the Institute for Public Service, of which Julius H. Barnes, of the National Chamber of Commerce, is Chairman.

"If all schools and colleges should imitate the few pioneers who are now teaching the basic facts and principles of labor problems," says Mr. Barnes, " it would become vastly easier to understand business cycles, to retain prosperity, to prevent strikes and to bring about cooperation among nations against future wars."

The statement says in part:

"Of 80 colleges for women, 53 (or nearly two-thirds) have no...

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