Among the public at large, the name Henry Ford has become synonymous with all that is desirable in an employer. How is it with the Communists of the community? Far otherwise. How they look upon Ford was made evident last week by The Daily Worker, Communist journal published in Chicago. It drew up a bill of grievances against Mr. Ford. Some of the items:

Spirit. "To the tens of thousands of production slaves out of whose very hides are tanned the hundreds of millions of Ford...

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