LABOR: How Britain Does It

Just in time for public consumption over the long Labor Day weekend, President Roosevelt last week released the report of his Commission on Industrial Relations in Great Britain, basic document for next winter's Congressional debates on altering the National Labor Relations Act. It is a cogent, dispassionate, impartial treatise, the product of nine good minds working in politely self-critical harmony.— Its findings were purely factual. It contained no shadow of moralizing for the benefit of U. S. employers, employes or politicians.

After roaming through the British Isles for three weeks, ferreting into...

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