National Affairs: Suspense Continued

The leaders of the American Federation of Labor are no hotheads. Last week at their convention in Tampa they resolved against "Communism, Fascism and Naziism" but refused to express sympathy for Spain's embattled workers. They registered protest against Yale University for ousting a pinko Divinity professor but declined to boycott the publications of William Randolph Hearst. They stamped approval on a scheme for Federal licensing of industry to regulate wages & hours, but brushed aside the question of a Constitutional Amendment to make it possible. They plumped for the 30-hour week but shied...

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