Letters, Jul. 4, 1938

Odorless Highlands (Cont'd)

Sirs:

. . . You say the U. R. W. called a protest strike, that 3,000 men swarmed out of the plant. The Goodyear strike was an unauthorized "outlaw"' disturbance, perpetrated principally by WPA groups and non-Goodyear people, many admittedly former rubber workers, now unemployed in this era of the more abundant life.

You say Akron police "let a nonstriking minority in and out." Actually 85% and better of Goodyear employees were on the job the day following the so-called night of rioting, and the U. R. W. did not declare...

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