National Affairs: What Tragedy!

Among the hundreds of representatives of the U. S. Press who flocked into Weirton, W. Va. after the National Labor Relations Board began its crucial hearings on the union policies of Weirton Steel Co. last August, was 34-year-old Editor Hartley W. Barclay of the tradesheet Mill & Factory. Even Editor Barclay's 23,000 readers, mostly plant owners and managers, were surprised by the violence with which he reacted in his October issue. "What comedy! What tragedy!" exploded Hartley W. Barclay in an article captioned The True Story of Weirton and illustrated with smiling Weirton...

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