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Newsweek

April 17, 1937

  Inside:  Supreme Court blesses Labor Relations act, but the Court will not be as powerful as Roosevelt wanted; Ford comes out ahead. Hershey strikers get violence from others; Albert Lea MN strikers; Germany says they must postpone total war for two years; Hitler withdraws from Christians; Drugs are still a problem in China; full color Lou Gehrig Camels ad; Lacrosse; ;    .

To see the flow of events please read listings beginning with January

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