LABOR: Truce at a Crisis

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Fifty thousand soft coal miners were on strike in Pennsylvania, the Federal Government's whole recovery program was on the verge of being engulfed in a tidal wave of labor disputes, one evening last week as National Recovery Administrator Johnson climbed into a trimotored Army plane in Washington and flew off for a midnight meeting with President Roosevelt at Hyde Park. When General Johnson woke up next morning in Poughkeepsie's Nelson Hotel the coal strike had been called off for the time being. The recovery program was again moving...

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