After listening to luncheon speakers argue the
right, left and center of the nation's labor-management fight, and
pondering such panaceas as compulsory arbitration for strikes affecting
the public welfare, 90 members and guests of Manhattan's Women's City
Club decided to dig in. They voted 86-to-4 to "just let labor and
industry fight it out alone awhile."
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