LABOR: Revolutionary Decision

For the first time ever a New Deal labor board finally got its courage up, last week recognized that there are such things as bad, irresponsible unions. In a revolutionary decision covering 32,000 workers in ten Aluminum Co. of America plants scattered from Edgewater, N.J. to Vernon, Calif., President Roosevelt's pet WLB granted "maintenance of membership" (a modified closed shop) in nine plants, brusquely denied it in the huge 7,000-man factory in Cleveland.

WLB carefully sidestepped specific reason for its drastic action, only admitted "unsatisfactory relations" in Cleveland. But Washington dopesters said...

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