RAILWAYS: Labor Peace

In 1920, a transportation law was enacted which created the Railroad Labor Board, a board composed of representatives of the carriers, of their employes and of the public, with power to settle railroad labor disputes.

Early in December the President announced in his message to Congress that the railways and their employes were working together to arrive at a scheme for settling their disputes which would be satisfactory to both, and when the scheme was completed it should be enacted into law.

Last week the scheme was completed. Representatives of both parties called...

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