National Affairs: Decisions

Within the fortnight, the Supreme Court handed down a cluster of minor decisions along with its opinion on the President's appointive power. Among them these seemed of general interest:

Procter & Gamble, manufacturers of "Ivory," "Naphtha," and many another soap, must change their advertising methods. The Supreme Court's action was a victory for the Federal Trade Commission who had ordered Procter & Gamble to cease using the word "naphtha" in advertising soap and soap products in which kerosene was used and which contained less than 1% of naphtha.

No right to strike. In the...

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