LABOR: Family Divided

Slavery, the Immaculate Conception, States' Rights, the Divine Rights of Kings —all at one time or another have been great issues that set brother against brother and children against their parents. Last week Child Labor was added to the list. To Mrs. Roosevelt in the White House came her bevy of female newshawks one morning, demanding to know whether she was aware that her eldest son, James, had publicly said before a Sunday night meeting of young church people in a Boston suburb: "I am opposed to the Child Labor Amendment."

Mrs. Roosevelt replied...

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