U.S. At War: Formula for the Duration

"America wants Victory—not the closed shop." With this headline in full-page newspaper advertisements last week the National Association of Manufacturers attacked the attitude of both the War Labor Board and organized labor. A.F. of L. President Green and C.I.O. President Murray cracked back that the N.A.M.'s position really was: "We want the open shop—even at the expense of victory." The old row was on again.

Labor's stand: N.A.M. President William Porter Witherow had "broken faith with the President of the United States," was "trying to crawl out" from under the industry-labor pact,...

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