LABOR: Steel Front

Rounding out its first full month last week, the Steel Strike of 1937, biggest and bloodiest since 1919, entered upon a fresh, perhaps final, phase. From mill gate and picket line the major action shifted rearward to civil courts, State capitals, Congressional committee rooms and the editorial and advertising columns of the nation's press. Temporarily stalemated by martial law in two steel States, both Labor and Capital grasped desperately for the support of Public Opinion. And Public Opinion, without the support of which no major strike is ever won, seemed to be swinging...

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