Washington, D.C. National Council for a Permanent F.E.P.C., . 15p., illustrated wraps, very good.
Pamphlet supporting S-101 and H.R. 2232, laws intended to make the wartime Fair Employment Practice Committee legislation (prohibiting discrimination against Black and other minority workers) permanent. Lists common objections to the law ("Conflicts and even race riots might result") and rebuts them. The National Council had been established by A. Philip Randolph.