LABOR: Pictures & Packard

Last week Dr. Leo Wolman's Automobile Labor Board took its own means of defending itself against the American Federation of Labor's onslaughts, over which President Roosevelt had taken the Federation publicly to task week before (TIME, Feb. 18).

Reporting its progress for the past ten months, the Board proudly announced that discrimination by employers against employees was and had for some time been a thing of the past in the automotive industry; that, of 2,035 complaints it had received from Labor, all but 225 had been disposed of and in 1,061 cases discharged...

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