National Affairs: Facts v. Facts

For 18 days the three men on the fact-finding board had listened as 60 stubborn steelmakers and six stubborn labor leaders made their largely contradictory points. The board wrote its report. Last week, in a body, it went to the White House.

Outside the President's office, Board Chairman Carroll Daugherty, New Dealing professor of business economics at Northwestern University, polished his rimless glasses. Judge Samuel Rosenman, onetime adviser to Franklin Roosevelt, removed his hat from his large, pompadoured head. David Cole, Paterson, N.J. lawyer and veteran mediator, dressed in a well-draped tan suit,...

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