Education: Labor Fellows

As union men we came to Yale—fol de rol de rol rol rol. . . .

Ten young labor leaders will go to Yale next winter. There, a long cloistered remove from the Realpolitik of C.I.O. and A.F. of L., Yale's Gothic Graduate School will school them for 15 weeks in labor law, collective bargaining and economics. They will be the first labor fellows in Yale's history.

At Harvard a similar but still bigger plan is in the works. Inspired by famed Professor Sumner Slichter (who in 1937 launched a course in collective bargaining...

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