MANAGEMENT: Young Henry's Plan

Young Henry Ford II, who proved himself a labor statesman in settling his own labor troubles, last week suggested a statesmanlike solution for the nation's. Before San Francisco's famed Commonwealth Club, where the late President Roosevelt first raised the oriflamme of the New Deal, the Ford Co.'s 28-year-old president went back to old principles. Said he:

"The problem of labor and management getting along together can only be solved by labor and management working hard at the problem together. . . . We do not think that Government can provide the solution, because the principal thing which Government can bring to...

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