National Affairs: Year End

Vigorously tossing his grey mane in the face of a microphone, John Llewellyn Lewis last week on the eve of Labor Day week-end delivered a message to the Union on the State of Labor. For all U. S. Labor the preceding twelve months had been—by moderate estimate—the most significant in history. Both in power and numbers the U. S. Labor movement reached an all-time peak. In its Wagner Act decisions the Supreme Court had substantially upheld the labor laws of the New Deal. Springing full-grown from the forehead of

John L. Lewis, C. I....

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