LABOR: Unrest

The discontent in Labor was widespread. It was audible in Miami, where A.F. of L.'s cautious chieftains gathered.* It could be seen in a dozen spots across the nation where flare-ups kept thousands from work. It could be felt in Pittsburgh, where 600,000 C.I.O. steelworkers prepared their deliberate campaign to scuttle the Little Steel formula. The nation still lacked a firm labor policy.

The Administration had wobbled its way through one crisis: the railroads. Away from the Army, back to industry went management of the roads, after 22 days of Government operation....

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