LABOR: Boards for Clubs

The Toledo Auto-Lite strike and the Minneapolis truck strike were fought with clubs. The other strikes of 1934 are to be fought with boards. Under his new authority President Roosevelt last week began replacing the old National Labor Board with new and smaller agencies to ease the tension on the industrial front. The first board created was for the biggest current strike; the second was for what threatened to be an even bigger strike.

Docks. The first labor board's job was to settle the seven-week-old strike of Pacific Coast longshoremen, which from San...

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