There is thus, unquestionably, room for more concerted action on the side of the Negro people, particularly there is need of an agency attempting to integrate Negro labor into the trade union movement . . . . The question is, however, whether or not this is the proper task for the NAACP. To an extent it is, undoubtedly, and the Association has, during the New Deal, become increasingly active in fighting discrimination in public welfare policy and in the labor market.