Stories of the NRA

STORIES of the NRA Do you know of any cam of nibbling at tko NRA in a code industry ? Wo recently asked our reader* to report catet of viola, Hon*. Do not rely on gossip and do not...

...Chicago ChiseJers Approximately $26,000 has beea paid by Chicago employers to workers who were found by the NRA compliance board to have been insufficiently compensated under the terms of the President's re-employment agreement...
...Beginning with the next number the Quarterly will become the official theoretical organ of the party, the editors announcing that it will continue devoted to "the theories of living Marxism...
...We want the facte...
...The Labor Board stated that the union spokesmen appeared to havo been elected in nineteen mines, and company union spokesmen in nine mines, with one mine still to be canvassed...
...It occupies six floors of a substantial ' uilding with a cafeteria and a large book store, and the building is the center of Socialist Tarty activities in Greater New York...
...Our Supplement This week The New Leader carries the Rand School of Social Sciense supplement promised in a previoua issue...
...Here are a few report* from the NRA front...
...At the same time, Murray said that, inasmuch as the six union officers, led by President Lewis, had received close to 4,000 votes, while the highest number of votes cast for sny of the company union candidates waa 636, the union was entitled to represent all the miners for collective bagaining purpose...
...In one instance a merchandising concern refunded about $5,000 to employees who had worked longer than the NRA permits...
...Readers living at a distance will be especially interested in its correspondence courses and Its book department...
...Dave's reviews are well done...
...Chisels NRA in Favor Of Company Unionism WASHINGTON, D. C. Ths United Mine Workers requested the National Labor Board to con* aider charges against the H. C Fricke Coke Company, a subsidiary of the United States Steel Corpo ration, which is accused of violating the NRA...
...Do not rely on gossip and do not exaggerate...
...1st, Everett Dean Martin, "Spartacus and the Slave Revolts of the Roman Empire...
...Another case in the same industry, in which back wages amounting to $10,000 is involved, is still under consideration...
...LECTURE NOTES "Why I Am Not a Materialist" will be the subject of Rev...
...Other cases involving thousands of dollars in wages are still under advisement...
...We call special attention to it because of the importance of workers' education The Rand School is the pioneer of workers' education in the United States...
...Henry J. Rosner writes of the "Economic Policies of Roosevelt," Halm Kantorovitch "Towards Reorientation" of the Socialist movement, Clarence Senior on "The International Socialist Conference," David* J. Saposs on "Populism .Socialism and Labor," Vincenzo Vaclrca on "The Struggle for Power in Spain," and Ernest Sutherland Bates presents a "Picture of American Literature in 1933...
...Philip Murray, vice-president of the union, submitted affidavits charging that the company had resorted to coercion, intimidation, bribery and the subsidizing of illegal voting at the mine elections in Southwestern Pennsylvania...
...Prof...
...Andrew Bruce, chairman of the compliance board, said that employers made the payments willingly when they were informed that the wages they had been paying or the hours their employees had been working were in violation of the administration's recovery program...
...Program of People's Institute Cooper Union lectures is as follows: Dec...
...The Rand School administration has always considered the school as an auxiliary institution of the Socialist Party members...
...6th, Professor Richard McKeon, "Medieval gclence: The Continou ations of Ancient Science" The Socialist Quarterly The autumn number of the American Socialist Quarterly is to hand with six articles and a Book Department by David Bcrenberg, who reviews the last two volumes of Trotsky's "History of tbe Russian Revolution," Maurits A. Hallgren's "Seeds of Revolt," and Calvin B. Hoover's "Germany Enters the Third Reich...
...8rd, Frederick L. Allen, "America in the Nineteenth Century...
...The charges included threats to close down the mines if the employees voted for the United Mine Workers, offers of money to miners to support the company union, slugging of union supporters at the polls, voting by deputy sheriffs, school teachers and other nonminers, and padding of payrolls to enlarge the vote...
...Edgar Mitchell's lecture to be given under the auspices of the Ingersoll Forum, Sunday at 8, in Pythian Temple...
...This is the last number under the exclusive direction of David P. Berenberg, Anna Bercowitz and Haim Kantorovitch...
...Wages toteling $2,000 and $3*,000 were returned by a number of employers...

Vol. 16 • December 1933 • No. 23


 
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