LABOR: Quadruple Saving

There was something new under a sun that rose one morning last week over Washington. Whether it was a permanent device for settling labor disputes or only a patchwork quilt under which old forces would continue their struggle in secret, no man knew for sure.

The immediate accomplishments of this new thing as it affected the automobile industry were indisputable: 1 ) It saved Detroit from being confronted with 200,000 new unemployed. 2) It saved automobile makers from a shutdown at the peak of their most promising production season in four years....

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