LABOR: Spring Song

Across West Virginia coal fields, through Ohio tire towns, around Michigan automobile factories, over Pennsylvania steel plants and past New England textile mills, the first warmish winds of early spring last week wafted vehement talk of strikes. This chorus of discontent was music to the ears of Labor's leaders, assembled in Washington. For weeks they had been using, with no great success, all their powers of peaceful persuasion to induce Congressional committees to act upon a stack of labor legislation. By last week they were resorting to threatening strike talk as a means...

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