National Affairs: Strike-of-the-Week

One morning last week in Milwaukee, 64-year-old Fred Ernst Yahr arrived to begin another day's work at the Yahr-Lange Drug Co., of which he had been president, general manager and principal stockholder for 18 years. Before he reached his office he learned that none of the 115 employes in the seven-floor establishment was turning a hand in the interest of Yahr-Lange's prosperous wholesale trade. When he got to his desk, his chief accountant, his sales manager and his credit manager were waiting to tell him why.

They and the rest of the employes, they...

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