National Affairs: Exit

The proposed Child Labor Amendment to the Constitution, passed by the House, pined away in the Senate. Senator Lodge asked unanimous consent to consider it immediately following the tax bill. Senator Wadsworth demurred. It is extremely doubtful whether it will ever come before the Senate at this session. Mr. Wadsworth objected—and if he had not, others would have—so the Amendment hung its head and shuffled off the Senate calendar.


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