Industrial Welfare Commission of Washington letter to Senator Miles Poindexter regarding regulation of hours and wage for laborers, October 13, 1919
- Industrial Welfare Commission of Washington
Miles Poindexter was a Republican Senator from Washington State from 1911-1923. He was known for his intense nationalism, demonstrated by his support for the Sedition Act, as well as his anti-anarchist/Bolshevik position. He strongly opposed labor unions and favored business interests. He ran unsuccessfully for President in 1920. He died in 1946.
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