LABOR: In-Fighting

In Washington last week a million dollars' worth of steel-industry talent for-gathered, by some mischance, in the wrong room. When the mistake was discovered, the high-priced executives, economists, public-relations counselors, lawyers, et al. put on their Homburgs, gathered up their brief cases, and marched, 100 strong, to the Smithsonian Institution. Upstairs past the stuffed moose, not far from Lindbergh's rickety-looking little Spirit of St. Louis, and in an auditorium surrounded by herds of dinosaurs and mastodons, they sat down to hear what they had come for: the most determined assault on...

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