Anton Bruehl Free Labor Will Win 1942. Wearing leather welder’s gear, a brawny an industrial worker looks more like a front-line combatant than a home front worker. Union leaders made a tacit agreement with FDR in 1941 not to strike vital war industries, a policy unions supported throughout the war. Without strikes man-hours were boosted by 25% in 1942. Judd 4-9. 40×28 near mint, conservation backed.
Bibliography: Donald Judd Posters of World War II, 4-9.