LABOR: Workings of Peace

Streaked with silver by last week's end was the darkling sky over the U. S. textile world as it emerged after its three-week strike. In the South many a mill owner still kept his heart and door closed to returning strikers and there were faint rumblings of a new walkout. But in Washington three tried & trusted mediators went soberly to work on the strike's cause and consequence with bright prospects of success.

To create a new Textile Labor Relations Board, superseding both his own Winant Board and the National Labor Relations...

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