National Affairs: Red Hunt

New York's Senator Royal S. Copeland is a self-dedicated friend of the working man who is regarded by Labor with much suspicion. His particular jurisdiction is seafaring men, which he claims by virtue of his chairmanship of the Senate Commerce Committee. For the past two months he has held hearings on proposals made by Joseph P. Kennedy in his monumental report on U. S. shipping (TIME, Nov. 22) to amend the Maritime Act. Most controversial of the proposals is special maritime labor legislation modeled on the Railway Labor Act. Last week Dr. Copeland...

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