National Affairs: Moonshine & Camouflage

Last week all was beauty, bustle and boom at the National Automobile Show in Manhattan (TIME, Oct. 16). But at the automobile capital, Detroit, there was trouble and promise of more to come.

Out in the open at last was the explosive issue which has underlain most of the fighting between Labor and the motormakers since C. I. O. moved into the industry two years ago. The issue: whether autoworkers or their bosses shall decide how fast production lines move, i.e., how many cars and parts are produced in a given time. Speedy, timed, mass...

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