National Affairs: Changes Wanted

When businessmen last winter asked to have the Wagner Labor Act amended by Congress, they were in effect laughed out of the Capitol. Politically speaking, the amendment of the act was an impossibility without Labor's consent. Last week, businessmen and unions received noteworthy news: the amendment of the Act is no longer impossible.

This news was promulgated at a convention of A. F. of L.'s Glass Bottle Blowers' Association in Atlantic City. There, A. F. of L.'s William Green, blowing a bottleful of keynote speech, disclosed that A. F. of L.'s Executive Council had at last made a choice between: 1) putting...

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