Nation: An End to Paralysis?

The biggest aftereffect of this month's crippling New York transit strike may be on organized labor itself.

Last week Walter Reuther, president of the United Auto Workers, called for an end to "strikes that endanger the very survival of society." Said he: "We cannot live in a situation where a few workers who are denied their equity can paralyze an entire community." Speaking to some 1,000 top industrialists at a luncheon of the Economic Club of Detroit, the A.F.L.-C.I.O.'s No. 2 man proposed that a tripartite committee of industry, labor and Government be set up to find a "new mechanism and...

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