Business & Finance: Chamber & Labor

The austere, stone cool halls and courtyard of the U. S. Chamber of Commerce headquarters in Washington are reminiscent of the new Supreme Court Building. In them, during the New Deal, some 2,000 Chambermen have assembled annually to exchange sentiments neither judicial nor austere nor cool. Last week, when the Chamber convened for its 28th annual meeting with an attendance less than half of last year's, it was chiefly concerned not with baiting the New Deal but with facing the great reality of the National Labor Relations Act.

Lead-off man in the discussion was...

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