LABOR: Top Dog Defended

NLRB has often held that an employer may do, say or write nothing which indicates to his employes that he does not like unions. Employers, notably including Henry Ford, have protested that they are thus deprived of their constitutional right of free speech. Last week no less a champion of free speech for underdogs than Arthur Garfield Hays, counsel for the American Civil Liberties Union, availed himself of his constitutional and seldom exercised right to speak up for top dogs. He informed NLRB: "In the event that the Labor Relations Board or the...

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