LABOR: Self-Criticism

On the list of institutions Americans think are "most in need of reform," the FORTUNE Quarterly Survey this week put labor unions first. Reforming unions was twice as important as reforming public utilities or stock exchanges, ten times as important as reforming the Supreme Court, even 35.6% of factory labor put union reform first. Among executives, 52.9% put it out in front.

Commented FORTUNE: "The indignation here seems to be directed specifically at the leadership of the present union movement. Some of it is certainly intended for union rackets. Some of it may...

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