JUDICIARY: Labor & Crime v. Wilkerson

Labor & Crime v. Wilkerson

Labor is a behemoth which never forgets. When President Hoover appointed Federal Judge James Herbert Wilkerson to the Circuit Court of Appeals in Chicago last winter (TIME, Jan. 25 ), Labor bitterly recalled that it was this same Judge Wilkerson whose mandate smashed the great railway shopmen's strike of 1922. At the request of Attorney General Harry Micajah Daugherty, Judge Wilkerson. just appointed by President Harding, issued a sweeping injunction restraining strikers all over the nation from meeting, picketing,...

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