Foreign News: Strike Cracking

Britain's "million miner coal strike" (TIME, May 10 et seq.) seemed on the verge of collapse last week as the number of miners who have repudiated their leaders and returned to work swelled to 200,000. Significant developments: Parliament convened for a short special session to extend the Emergency Power Act which has been kept in force during the entire 23 weeks of the strike. Premier Baldwin declared before the Commons that his Government had come virtually to the end of its powers of mediation in the strike. He indicated that if the miners...

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