Press: Guild v. AP

Having seen the New Deal bungle in selection of cases to test the constitutionality of some of its other measures, friends of the National Labor Relations Act passed by Congress last July were on the alert for a test case which would let the Government put its best foot foremost. Last October, Associated Press abruptly discharged one of its Manhattan staffmen named Morris Watson, explained that after seven years it was "dissatisfied with his services." Newsman Watson countercharged that AP had violated the Labor Act by firing him because he was a vice...

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