LABOR: Claims & Credit

Last week it took the power and prestige of President Roosevelt to end a strike which had afflicted the textile industry for three weeks, had destroyed thousands of dollars worth of property and cost 15 lives. Settlement of the strike, which had flunked the National Labor Relations Board, was effected by a report from a Presidential Committee of three headed by New Hampshire's Governor Winant. No sooner had the President read this report at Hyde Park than he announced his approval of it, expressed the "very sincere hope" that strikers go back...

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