Transport: Dismissal Pay

"He asked us to do this, and we simply reported that it had been done," explained Chairman George M. Harrison of the Committee of Railway Labor Executives as he left the White House one morning last week with a party of men in two groups. One group represented 85% of U. S. railroad operators; the other, 20 of the 21 standard U. S. railroad unions. What President Roosevelt had asked for and what the two groups had after months of difficult negotiation given him was the first national agreement ever made in the...

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