Control of the Sit-Down Strike

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Naional Labour Crisis and Chrysler Strike

Evaluation of the Chrysler plants at Detroit on March 25 by the 6,000 sit-downers who had held them in defiance of a court eviction order eased an extremely tense strike situation on the eve of a White House conference between President Roosevelt and congressional leaders, called in response to insistent demands for clarification of the administration's position with respect to labor's widespread use of a new and potentially dangerous form of the strike weapon. Restoration of the property to the ...

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