U.S. At War: The Folklore of Unionism

Ex-Trust-Buster Thurman Arnold, now a not-too-august U.S. Court of Appeals Associate Justice, last week wiped off the dust that had gathered on his club since he left the Department of Justice, and whammed it down on the collective pate of organized labor. The blow, wrapped in the current issue of Cosmopolitan magazine, was delivered with the same kind of gusto with which he had smashed so savagely at various A.F. of L. unions (building trades, teamsters, musicians) as harmful monopolies. His kick upstairs to the bench brought no heartier sighs of relief from any area than from labor's.

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