Wage policy in war production. This pamphlet is an abridgement of an address by Earl Browder to a meeting of production workers and trade union officials at Hotel Diplomat, New York, on February 23, 1943.

New York: Workers Library Publishers, 1943. 23p., wraps slightly chipped, paper browned.

Supports "incentive pay, which the entire noncommunist labor movement in the U.S. opposed." *Seidman B594.

Cat.No: 109351

Price: $10.00

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