In Chicago

The C. P. P. A. (Conference for Progressive Political Action), although it is hardly remembered today by the general public, is the body which nominated, or rather endorsed, the self-nomination of Robert M. LaFollette for President at Cleveland last July. The same body met, last week, in Chicago to consider whether it would try to perpetuate a third party movement.

As it assembled, there were three chief divisions within its ranks. There were 16 labor unions, there were a number of progressive organizations, such as the Committee...

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