The American Federation of Labor completed its 46th annual convention with almost unanimous pronouncements of policy.
Injunctions. Vice President Matthew Woll, with his thick black hair bristling defiance of any and all who would stand in the way of trade unionism and its weapon, the strike, stepped upon the speakers' platform, urged trade unionists to scoff at injunctions "like red-blooded men whose rights are invaded."
His report on injunctions, adopted unanimously, said in part:
"Government by injunction must cease if government by law is to function unchallenged. The way equity courts have used injunctions...