National Affairs: Those Who Got Slapped

The august Supreme Court this week proceeded to slap faces to Right and Left. On the Right those eminent attorneys who once were sure the National Labor Relations Act was unconstitutional, were slapped again by a series of decisions upholding the law. On the Left those liberals who have long maintained that the Court was an arch enemy of Labor were rebuked with decisions favorable to Labor.

Most important was a decision on the Norris-LaGuardia Act which sharply limits the power of Federal courts to issue injunctions in labor disputes. A case arose in...

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