LABOR: On the Dan

Only a thin plaster partition in a Danville, Va. hotel one day last week separated the persons of William Green, president of the American Federation of Labor, and Harrison Robertson Fitzgerald, president of Riverside & Dan River Mills Co. Their industrial principles, however, remained poles apart. What tied them together in the week's news were their conflicting interests in the A. F. of L.'s strike, biggest of the Depression, in Mr. Fitzgerald's Danville mills, largest and long the most peaceful of Southern textile plants. President Green conferred with strike leaders in a...

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