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H. Alvin Moore writes to Governor Allen asking for information about Kansas' plan to eliminate labor disputes. Moore, a member of the Industrial Code Commission of Washington on Industrial Peace, includes an open letter in which he seeks input from the three major factors involved in industrial conflicts: the public, capital, and labor.

Creator: Moore, H. Alvin
Date: December 26, 1919

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Item Number: 213443
Call Number: Governors Office, Correspondence, Governor Henry J. Allen, Box 12, Industrial Court, Folder M
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 213443

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