LABOR: Prayer Answered

Peace, as it must eventually to all disputants, came last week to Henry Ford and his striking workers. The U.S. breathed a justified sigh of relief because the great Ford plants, with their $150,000,000 in defense orders, were not going to be idle indefinitely.

For the first time in his long career. Henry Ford had agreed to negotiate with a labor union. The settlement, fruit of Governor Murray D. Van Wagoner's and U.S. Conciliator James Dewey's tireless efforts, set up a board on which top-ranking Ford men will confer with union men and public officials to adjust grievances that cannot...

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