LABOR: The Big Voice

A nationwide machinery for conciliation and mediation of industrial disputes has been set up. That machinery must be used promptly—and without stoppage of work. Collective bargaining will be retained, but the American people expect that impartial recommendations of our Government conciliation and mediation services will be followed both by capital and by labor.

It was the voice of the President of the U.S. Did it carry to the waterfront streets of San Francisco? There 1,700 machinists, denounced by Government and labor officials, were still on strike. Three weeks' work on almost half...

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