Foreign News: No Time for Discrimination

The French worker would never be content with half an hour for lunch and he never would go into an automat for ready-made food. No, our worker likes to eat well and with discrimination. He goes home for lunch, if he lives near the factory, and . . . he is apt to get a better-prepared and more varied meal.

Thus, four months after the outbreak of World War II, Léon Jouhaux, President of the French General Confederation of

Labor, compared the lot of French and American workers. Last week, as the jailers of Vichyfrance...

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