• Creator
  • Luhrsen, J.G.
  • Created Date
  • 1920
  • Description
  • J.G. Luhrsen, President of the American Train Dispatchers Association, sends a telegram to Washington State Senator Miles Poindexter in response to an anti-strike bill passed by the Senate. Luhrsen writes that he believes no employees were able to state their position on the matter. He writes that the bill impedes "the rights of railroad employees to protect themselves against injustices inflicted by their employers." Luhrsen calls for Congres... more
    J.G. Luhrsen, President of the American Train Dispatchers Association, sends a telegram to Washington State Senator Miles Poindexter in response to an anti-strike bill passed by the Senate. Luhrsen writes that he believes no employees were able to state their position on the matter. He writes that the bill impedes "the rights of railroad employees to protect themselves against injustices inflicted by their employers." Luhrsen calls for Congress to create "the necessary machinery to bring about speedy and effective adjustments of any disputes that may arise between railroads and their employees.". less
  • Format
  • text
    Telegram
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