LABOR: Turkey Talk

Of 45,000 automobile dealers in the U. S., 10,000 are Chrysler dealers. No body of businessmen in the nation worked harder in the past seven weeks; no group more anxiously read the daily papers.

They had been reading only bad news for a long time. For other dealers, the news was fine. Preliminary field reports showed that deliveries of eleven leading makes were 40% above last year, same period. But those reports did not include the four Chrysler cars—their distribution had been hamstrung for seven weeks by the Chrysler strike.

Last week the...

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