LABOR: Friends, Foes

There is more to U. S. Labor than A. F. of L. and C. I. O.* In a survey of opinion among labor published this week, FORTUNE polled white-collar office workers, sales clerks, salesmen, farm workers, mine building, factory, railroad, transportation and communication workers, domestics, WPAsters, CCC boys, unemployed. FORTUNE presented a list of nationally known names, asked: "Which of these people do you feel have been on the whole helpful to labor and which harmful?"

Results, published in FORTUNE'S June issue:

Helpful Harmful Don't Know Henry Ford 73.6%...

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