Grand Right & Left

In a decision further denning the powers of organized labor, the Supreme Court ruled last week that a labor union can do what it will with its commodity (i.e., labor)—even to forcing an employer out of business.

The case arose out of a nasty strike in Philadelphia. A union official was killed and a partner in the firm of Hunt's Motor Freight and Food Products Transport was tried for the murder and acquitted. Thereafter, the A.F. of L. transport workers refused to negotiate with Hunt's; refused to admit any Hunt employes into the...

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