Labor’s Thoughts and Acts
by Frank N. Trager - 1938
The National Labor Relations Board in a series of remarkable decisions deservedly earned new plaudits. It upheld S.W.O.C. in its cases against "Little Steel"! Inland Steel will have to sign a contract to establish legitimate collective bargaining. Republic Steel will have to reinstate its employees, disband the company union, surrender its control over city administrations to which it donated "tear and vomit gas." The price of these gains, established by law and violated by “Little Steel," was 18 dead men—murdered with unbelievable brutality by police and company guards.
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