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1 Arb. News 1 (1924)

handle is hein.journals/arbitinew1 and id is 1 raw text is: ARBITRATION NEWS
Published Monthly by the Arbitration Society of America; Executive Offices, 115 Broadway, New York City
Vol. I                            JANUARY, 1924                             No. 1

EDITORIAL
The Arbitration News, of which this number is the first, will
be issued on or about the fifteenth day of each month hereafter.
Its primary purpose is to keep all of our members fully in-
formed alike on the work of the Arbitration Society of America,
and on the kindred activities of all the trade and commercial bodies
that are active in the arbitration movement.
It will present the facts concisely. No space will be wasted
in literary embroidery. The editing will be done by business men for
business men.
The effort will be to make the little publication a tabloid
record of the activities of the entire nation-wide movement repre-
sented by the Society, which will be absolutely reliable and valuably
informative.
It will tell our members from month to month just what the
Society, and co-operating agencies, are doing, and planning to do.
It will detail the progress made in the Society's Tribunal, and
in its legisla.tive and educational work, and will strive to be scrup-
ulously accurate in the presentation of the facts.
The first issue of the Arbitration News must not be taken as a
sample of issues to follow. It is in the nature of a report on the
work of the Society from the date of its incorporation, May 12,
1922.
Due to fixed space limitations it is only a summary, but one,
we feel, that will gratify'our members and fully justify, not only
their support of the Society, but, also the growing interest of the
business community in Arbitration.
In subsequent editions, the Arbitration News will vindicate
its title as best it can.
As stated above, it will publish not only the news of the
Society, but all the news of the Arbitration movement that can
be gathered.
In this work, it will need active co-operation and, to that end,
every trade and commercial organization that is operating arbitra-
tion machinery of its own, has been requested to contribute,
regularly, interesting and instructive data.
Our members, and all friends of Arbitration, are cordially in-
vited to use the publication as a Forum for the discussion of
Arbitration topics.
They are also requested to contribute facts for publication, and
suggestions for the improvement of the little periodical.
Speedy enlargement will be necessary if the Arbitration News
receives the co-operation it hopes for. If it does, the size of this
publication-which now makes a very modest first appearance
in a field heretofore uncovered-will keep pace with the require-
ments.
Of this our members and friends may rest assured.

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