LABOR: Promises' End

Pleading for a two-year extension for NRA last month, President Roosevelt told Congress: "A great advance has been made in the opportunities and assurances of collective bargaining between employers and employes. Under it the pattern of a new order of industrial relations is definitely taking shape." Last week at Louisville, Ky. (see p. 15) and Wilmington, Del. the pattern of that new order was badly disarranged by two Federal judges who thought in terms of the Law rather than in terms of the social aspirations of the New Deal.

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