LABOR: In Passaic

The twelfth week of the strike of the mill workers in Passaic, N. J., ended, and the thirteenth began. Time, whether the duration of a strike or of a man's life, does not seem long when it is measured in weeks, but three months is a long time for a strike to last—so long that newspaper readers who know how the Passaic strike began with the walk-out of a handful of workers from the Botany Worsted Mills, how it spread until it included some 10,000 employes of...

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