LABOR: No Peace

In the cool, rural peace of Pennsylvania's Pocono Mountains last week some 500 labor union delegates and labor economists listened thoughtfully to two men whom most unionists regard as caustic critics.

U.S. Senators Robert Alphonso Taft and Joseph Hurst Ball had sound advice to give labor's annual social and economic conference at Camp Tamiment. Its essence: let organized labor recognize that the will of the majority of U.S. citizens is for legislation to improve the pattern of labor relations; therefore let organized labor itself help write its ticket, bring forth its own...

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