Settlement of Disputes Between Labor Unions

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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor.

Public Protest Against Interunion Disputes

Both The National Labor Relations Board and the National Mediation Board, in their recently published annual reports for 1938, vigorously protested against the effects of the present split in the ranks of organized labor. The N. L. R. B. expressed a strong hope that the conflict between the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations would be settled in the coming year.

The Secretary of Labor, in her annual report, was equally vigorous in her criticism of the present ...

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