LABOR: Again, Wood

"The liberty and property of the citizen shall be protected by the rudimentary requirements of fair play."

Last week the foregoing declaration by the Supreme Court of the U. S., and the judicial action based upon that rudimentary statement of public ethics, seriously disturbed the National Labor Relations Board, potentially affected the Interstate Commerce Commission, the Federal Trade Commission, the Bituminous Coal Commission, many another quasi-judicial Federal agency.

The Court's lesson in sporting simplicities was included in a finding that the Secretary of Agriculture had arbitrarily and improperly fixed maximum rates...

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