National Affairs: Wagner Charta

No man likes to have his ox gored, least of all A. F. of L. Counsel Joseph Padway. Last February in Madison, Wis., Mr. Padway bellowed as though he himself were on the horns. The Legislature of his home State, in step with the rightward trend of U. S. politics, was considering bills to amend Wisconsin's famed, liberal State Labor Code of 1931 and its Little Wagner Act of 1937, which Joe Padway helped to draft. Having yet to emasculate Mr. Padway's State Labor Relations Act, Wisconsin's newly conservative Legislature last week made over...

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