LABOR: Hungry Enough?

Leon Clausen, president of J. I. Case Co. (farm machinery), is a rugged individualist. The Secretary of Agriculture, the Secretary of Labor, the NLRB, the regional WLB and the Mayor of Racine had all failed to break down his stubbornness. But Clausen had his own views on how to settle the strike of 3,500 U.A.W. workers at his company's Racine (Wis.) plant. His solution, as reported by a committee of machinery-starved farmers: "When these men have been out long enough and their families get hungry enough, the strike will end."

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