What Lewis Did

Lewis recently returned from Europe, where he made arrangements with the Miners' Federation of Great

Britain for cooperation in case of an-other coal strike.

According to Frank Hodges, Secretary of the British Federation, an agreement was reached " in principle," whereby in the event of a strike in either country, an embargo should be laid on export of coal from the other to relieve the strike.

Already there are rumblings of a possible strike in the U. S. in September, since the present agreement ends on August 31. Lewis is supposed to oppose this strike....

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