RECOVERY: Eagle Hatchery

At the end of last week General Hugh S. Johnson went to bed for a good rest. His program for the week had included: 1) Three days of listening to the complaints of the 5,000 businessmen who constitute industry's code authorities. 2) A wind-up in which he put it up to them to find means of decreasing the working week 10% (from 40 to 36 hours) and increasing hourly rates of pay 10%. With this plea he coupled a warning: "Under specific orders from the President, we are reorganizing to enforce the...

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