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E.H. Murdock sends Governor Allen suggestions "to protect the CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES against the enormous expense and inconvenience of strikes?" Suggestions,such as this, were frequently received by Governor Allen prior to introduction of legislation creating the Court of Industrial Relations. Allen's opposition to labor strikes as a means of settling disputes and the proposed legislation to end the need for strikes was publicized widely throughout the country. This lead to a high volume of correspondence on the issue, both pro and con.

Creator: Murdock, E.H.
Date: December 27, 1919

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Item Number: 213448
Call Number: Governors Office Correspondence Governor Henry Allen Box 12 Industrial Court Folder M
KSHS Identifier: DaRT ID: 213448

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