LABOR: Board v. Bench

Under the New Deal the U. S. Government for the first time in its political history has a national labor policy. That policy, however, was codified, in the Wagner Act, two years ago before the Great Schism in U. S. Labor—at a time when men thought there were only two parties to a labor dispute, employer and-employe. But the body that administers this new labor policy—the National Labor Relations Board—soon found that there could be three major parties to a dispute— employer, A. F. of L. and C. I. O., that the greatest...

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