Federal Intervention in Labor Disputes

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The Outlook for Industrial Conflict

Labor unrest, stimulated by reports of rising business profits and made articulate in competitive organizing drives by the Committee for Industrial Organization and the American Federation of Labor, promises in the immediate future to result in a large increase in industrial disputes.

Labor controversies have been more widespread during the last three years than at any time since the war-armistice period1 and government intervention to head off strikes threatening interruption to the recovery program has been practiced on a scale unmatched since ...

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