Canada: LABOR: One for All

"I hope the decision promotes discussion." This was a classic understatement of what the decision would promote. Mr. Justice Ivan Cleveland Rand of Canada's Supreme Court had just announced a revolutionary arbitration award in the labor dispute at Windsor's sprawling Ford Motor Co. of Canada plant.

Should the C.I.O. auto workers have a closed shop? No, said Justice Rand: "[This] would subject the company's interest in individual employes ... to strife within the union and between them and the union. . . . [It] would deny the individual Canadian the right to seek...

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