The President, spokesman for the U.S. people, this week made a speech that touched about the sorest U.S. problem—strikes in industry. He offered no new method of solution, but what he said made plain sense to most U.S. citizens. At the American Legion County Fair in rural Caruthersville, Mo., the President said:

"We must all get in and push. That doesn't require anything in the world but plain understanding among ourselves . . . cooperation of management and labor and the farmers and every storekeeper, and every man who has an interest in the Government of the United States."

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