LABOR: Unthinkable, Intolerable

In convention at Springfield, Ill. last week assembled the National Federation of Federal Employes, an independent union competing with A. F. of L. and C. I. O. for the nation's 800,000 Government employes. To the N. F. F. E. delegates President Roosevelt dispatched a message, conceding the place of Government unions in the U. S. Labor picture but sternly warning: "Militant tactics have no place in the function of an organization of Government employes. . . . Such action looking forward to the paralysis of Government by those who have sworn to...

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