National Affairs: Medieval, Shocking

When James H. Rand Jr., president of Remington Rand, Inc., ''world's leading manufacturers of office equipment and typewriters," refused to bargain with his unionized employes, they went on strike last May in six of his plants. Soon rugged Mr. Rand was gleefully having described in a bulletin of the National Association of Manufacturers his "Mohawk Valley formula" for breaking strikes. Prime ingredient of the formula was demoralization of strikers and winning of public sympathy by back-to-work movements "operated by a puppet association of so-called 'loyal employes' secretly organized by the employer." Other...

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