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Dunlop Says Cash Coal Strike Root

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Dollars and cents more than principles are behind the current coal strike, John T. Dunlop, associate professor of Economics, said yesterday.

Dunlop, who returned Saturday from serving on President Truman's threeman Board of Inquiry on the coal strike, added that some progress had been made last week towards resolving the dispute. He said, "Our board had taken John L. Lewis' back to work order on Friday at its face value."

since Lewis orders have not been heeded, an eighty-day national emergency injunction has been requested by Presdent Truman under the provisions of the Taft-Hartley Act. The fact-finding board was the first step taken preliminary to requesting the injunction.

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