COAL: The Strike

Chairman John H. Uhl, John Johnson, President of the International Correspondence School and the nestors of Luzerne, Lackawanna and Schuylkill Counties, Pennsylvania, spent a busy week talking, traveling. They were members of the Citizens' No Strike Committee, which presented itself as a battledore and shuttlecock between the estranged parties to an impending anthracite coal strike.

Never once did the committee come within four aces of averting a strike. It would have been infra dig for both operators and miners (accustomed to the intervention of U....

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