LABOR: Ware Shoals

Slow is the South to learn the ways of organized labor. Armed workmen resist union leaders, drive them out as alien agitators. Example:

Ware Shoals, S. C., textile workers, struck three months against the "stretch-out system" (TIME. April 15). Not every worker answered the call. The militia was turned out. Many strikers returned to work; others, still striking, were arrested. George L. Googe of the American Federation of Labor, John A. Peel of the United Textile Workers, went to their aid last week, made speeches. A band of nonstriking millmen came to...

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