National Affairs: Board on Ford

After the Supreme Court upheld the Wagner Act last April the United Automobile Workers undertook to find out what effect, if any, the decision had had on Henry Ford's attitude toward organized Labor. The rest of the motor industry and most of the steel industry had already capitulated to John L. Lewis' C. I. O. Ford Motor Co. remained as Labor's No. 1 objective. Armed with permits from the City of Dearborn to distribute literature, a U. A. W. group marched to the gate of Ford's River Rouge plant, the world's largest industrial concentration...

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