THE CONGRESS: Labor Board Belabored

THE CONGRESS Labor Board Belabored

Mapes Davidson of Orange, N. J., a trial examiner for NLRB, is no straw man, and doesn't pretend to be. He has plenty of dander and his dander is often up. Last week he got his dander up into national news.

Particular passions of choleric Mapes Davidson are: 1) freedom of speech, 2) Orange, N. J. Last January a collision of these passions during his work for NLRB brought him before the Smith investigating committee, which gravely noted his written impressions of Coquille, Ore. ("God forsaken hole No.1 . . . should be given...

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