Organized labor struck against the mobilization program last week. At a sullen, midnight meeting of the Wage Stabilization Board, outvoted, unable to get their demands, labor's three WSB delegates went into an elaborate huff and quit the board. By their drastic action, taken with apparent disregard for the consequences, labor's bosses brought half of the Administration's price-wage machinery to a standstill, confronted War Mobilizer Charles Wilson with a war in his own backyard, imperiled the nation's whole economy.

As they walked out, union bosses served the Administration with an angry manifesto:...

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