"I would provide for high tribunals in certain designated districts of our land that would have the power of settling disputes providing labor and capital could not agree in their capacity of collective bargaining .... America wants industrial peace. It can come only through the guidance of government. An open or closed shop alone have failed, are failing and undoubtedly will fail to give that peace. Let the Government step in!"

-Wayne Morse, 1921

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"A Life in Labor"

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"Bringing Peace to the Pacific Shore"

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"Progressive Roots and a Budding Career"

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"Little Steel, Maintenance of Membership, and Equal pay: Making Labor Policy During World War II"

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"Coal, Conflict, and a Campaign"

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"Battling for his Beliefs"


Created: 19 February 2001
Last revision: 9/25/06 by N. Helmer
Created by Special Collections & University Archives, University of Oregon Libraries

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