INTERNATIONAL: U. S. versus U. K.

The streets of Geneva were more than usually alive with taxis and portmanteaus last week. Finished after 20 days of hard work and differences was the 23rd session of the International Labor Conference— an annual, semi-official jamboree of the world's leading spokesmen on labor questions, convened by the International Labor Office, offshoot of the League of Nations. Present at this year's session were 97 Government delegates, 36 employers' delegates, 35 workers' delegates, 247 technical advisers, who had gathered from 51 countries to talk about world labor problems under the presidency of...

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