Powers & the Press
I have been a member of two unionspresident of one and an officer in the other, but today unions are simply getting "too big for their britches" and need their knuckles rapped. Too many Powerses, Hoffas and Reuthersmany of whom came up as common street brawlers.
This newspaper strike in New York [March 1] would not take place if Teddy Roosevelt were Governor of New York or President of the U.S. He would lay them low with the linkpin.
Congratulations on your very fine article.
CHARLES E. MASON
You neglected to mention one other solution that could help prevent such affronts...