Three Years of National Labor Relations Act

Archive Report


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Richard M. Boeckel, Editor.

Copyright, 1938, Editorial Research Reports 1013 Thirteenth Street, N. W. Washington

Criticism of National Labor Relations Act

Demands for Repeal or Amendment of Labor Act

The National Labor Relations Act, signed by President Roosevelt en July 5, 1935, has been in effect for three years. As Edwin S. Smith, member of the National Labor Relations Board, pointed out in an address on June 18, “few governmental agencies have had a more tempestuous career.” Immediately after passage of the act, Smith said, “storm signals were run up and the ...

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