The United Mine
Workers of America opened their biennial convention at Indianapolis,
and the public turned an interested ear to find out whether there would
be a soft coal strike in the coming Spring. The question was not
definitely decided in the first week's session. But in the repeated
triumphs of President John L. Lewis, there were indications of "no
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