AGRICULTURE: Down with Visions

Ever since it was founded under the League of Nations in 1919, the Conference of the International Labor Organization has met almost every year and dutifully passed resolutions demanding better working conditions round the world. Last week at its meeting in Geneva, a resolution was introduced calling for vacations with pay for agricultural and industrial workers everywhere. This was too much for L. Roy Hawes, a 50-year-old dairyman with a 165-acre farm near North Sudbury, Mass., where he has been a town-meeting moderator for many years. He jumped up and told the 603 delegates of government, labor and industry...

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