The National War Labor Board has reached the respectable age of two years. Supported originally only by the President's war powers, it has secured compliance with its orders, has weathered a minor congressional investigation, and has built up a body of decisions whose effect will continue after the war. These facts, as well as certain signs of the conservatism which appears to strike all government agencies at one time or another, entitle the board to a short survey of certain aspects of its jurisdiction and authority.
Leonard B. Boudin,
THE AUTHORITY OF THE NATIONAL WAR LABOR BOARD OVER LABOR DISPUTES,
Mich. L. Rev.
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