Letters, may 5, 1952

Human Relations

Sir:

Congratulations on the comprehensive, intelligent survey of a significant social development contained in your special article April 14, "Human Relations: A New Art Brings a Revolution to Industry."

Do I sense correctly that one of your major sources was "Partners in Production,"a report by the Labor Committee of the Twentieth Century Fund assisted by Osgood Nichols, which the Fund published in 1949?

EVANS CLARK

Director

The Twentieth Century Fund New York City

¶ Reader Clark is correct. The Fund's report was one of several major sources, supplemented by more than 100,000 words of research filed by TIME'S own correspondents.—ED.

Sir:

I am a graduate student at the...

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