LABOR: What Do You Think?

For the first time since last May, before the strike in "Little Steel," John L. Lewis last week called at the White House. He was closeted with the President for nearly three-quarters of an hour—a far longer time than any White House visitor is likely to remain unless the President is eager to talk to him. Only twelve days previous in sonorous phrases unmistakably intended for the ears of Franklin D. Roosevelt, the leonine Mr. Lewis told the nation: "It ill behooves one who has supped at Labor's table and who has been...

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