National Affairs: Labor Is Free

Law and Art consumed the energy and attention of the executive council of the American Federation of Labor last week in Atlantic City.

Law. For a score of years U. S. equity law has hobbled Labor organization, has hampered its strike activities. Senator Henrik Shipstead of Minnesota offered a bill to revolutionize the use of injunctions. The Senate Judiciary Committee rejected it as unconstitutionally radical. With the aid of Senators Walsh of Montana, Norris of Nebraska and Elaine of Wisconsin, the A. F. of L. last week concocted a substitute bill which, if adopted,...

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