LABOR: I Am Counting On You

"This is one of the most important domestic problems in American life. ... There are many cities and towns now where the local C. I. O. and A. F. of L. are ... in closest harmony. . . . The two factions, as they are called, are really not factions. They realize that their interests are the same. I accept the premise that both sides want peace. ... I am counting on you to succeed. . . ."

With this little fight talk Franklin Roosevelt last week warmed up A. F. of L.'s and...

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