LABOR: Boycotts Banned?

The War Labor Board last week made a significant move which can well be interpreted as meaning that henceforward the Government will not tolerate secondary or boycott strikes such as from time to time have tied up the trucking industry and which can constitute a real threat to production and distribution.

The occasion of the move was a strike of Chicago and Philadelphia printers who for the past three weeks refused to work on any printing job any part of which had been or would be worked on by R. R. Donnelley & Sons, which numbers among its customers Montgomery Ward,...

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