Unstabilized Wages

When Franklin Roosevelt said last April that wages would have to be "stabilized," he left the thorny details up to his War Labor Board. Last week, after six months of moiling and toiling, WLB finally produced its formula. It satisfied no one, left the Administration about as far from a realistic labor policy as it had ever been.

Little Steel Test Case. Before WLB was the "Little Steel" wage dispute, brewing and bubbling since last February. The C.I.O. wanted $1 a day more for its 157,000 Little Steel workers. A WLB fact-finding...

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