LABOR: New Opinions

In a year of great labor upheavals, last week's ample budget of strikes all but constituted a lull. Many of them, like the Plymouth four-day walkout of 11,000 workers at Detroit, were caused by jurisdictional disease. Some of them, like the grave diggers of Kansas City who in one day kept ten bodies from burial, originated in nothing less prosaic than demands for union recognition, closed shop and wage increase. However, if strikes failed to make labor news, three utterances did:

"Frenzied Passion." Four steel strikers were convicted for their part in...

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