LABOR: Rebels' Rights?

"The [National Labor Relations] Board has given an insurgent group the rights of belligerents, a privilege accorded in international affairs only after careful deliberation and full consideration of its grave consequences," A. F. of L.'s monthly American Federationist complained this week. "Every agency of government that gives status to the C. I. O. gives the same recognition."

The bug in A. F. of L.'s craw which apparently occasioned this statement was an NLRB report, issued last week, which in effect showed that, as a general thing, employes participating in NLRB elections prefer C....

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