LABOR: Golden Luren

Idle and restless at last week's end were 55,000 Chrysler employes and upwards of 50,000 more in affected supply plants. It was 30 days since Chrysler Corp. began to answer union slowdowns with shutdowns in Detroit. Wage losses totted up to $4,000,000. The corporation had lost the first cream of 1940's new business, seemed willing to go on losing while its executives and union spokesmen bickered, belied each other, failed even to agree on what the fighting was about. Union wives badgered their men to get back to work. Union men wished heartily...

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