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CHARLOTTE LABOR JOURNAL
VOL. XIV; NO. I
Subscription Price $2.00 Year
CHARLOTTE. N. ( ., THURSDAY, MAY 12. 1949
NINETEENTH ANNIVERSARY EDITION
President Harry S. Truman
Top row, left to right: President Harry Truman,
who has called for repeal of Taft-Hartley; Governor
W. Kerr Scott asked the last session of the North
Carolina General Assembly to amend the North Caro
lina Labor law to make it less drastic, but whose ap
peal was not acted upon.
Center: W. Cameron Morrison, Democratic wheel
horse of North Carolina, a former Governor and U. S.
Senator, who has always been friendly to the working
man; James B. Vogler, former Mecklenburg represen
tative, who ran for State Treasurer in the last State
election with the support of Labor; Harvey Morris,
Mecklenburg representative, who voted favorably on
amending the State labor law at the 1949 session.
Bottom row: The late Josephus Daniels, Raleigh
publisher and former Secretary' of the Navy, who ap
pealed to the General Assembly two years ago to not
shackle North Carolina labor; Hamilton C. Jones of
Charlotte, U. S. Congressman, who voted against the
Wood bill recently when it was before the House, and
the late J. Melville Broughton, former N. C. Governor,
who received the support of North Carolina labor and
who was elected to the U. S. Senate to fill the unex
pired term of Josiah Bailey, deceased.