LABOR: Defeated?

The opponents of the Child Labor Amendment proposed as a part of the Constitution last week burst into rejoicing. The news was out that 13 states had refused to ratify. Since three-quarters of the states must ratify (that is, 36) if the amendment is to be adopted, the opponents cheered that the amendment was defeated. The proponents took a different stand. Miss Julia Lathrop, Vice President of the National League of Women Voters, typified their stand when she exclaimed: "We have not lost the fight. . ....

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