National Affairs: Peace Over Toledo

"This is my first and possibly last job of this kind," said Charles Phelps Taft II last week. For a first job the son of the 27th President of the U. S. had got such quick results for Madam Secretary Perkins that she might well ask him to do another. He had arrived in Toledo to find that city embattled and bloodstained, strikers of Electric Auto-Lite Co. rioting daily with the National Guard (TIME, June 4). To add to his difficulty the Electrical Workers Union in the Toledo Edison Co. (Cities Service-owned) voted...

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