LABOR: Questions Answered

Many a midnight, since last September, the lights have burned in a big, high-ceiled room in Harvard's Langdell Hall. Hard at work there was Dean James M. Landis of Harvard Law School, mulling 7,724 pages and 1,540,000 words of testimony by and about C. I. O. Longshoreman Harry Bridges.

At the behest of Madam Secretary of Labor Frances Perkins, Dean Landis had been over all the ground in the Bridges case once before. For eleven weeks in San Francisco last summer he presided at a hearing to determine whether alien, unnaturalized Mr. Bridges:...

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