LABOR: A. F. of L. Moves South

"Not with a sword, but with a rational plan." President William Green of American Federation of Labor journeyed into the South last week on a new crusade. His object: peaceful organization of disorganized Southern labor. His stipulation: admission by employers of their employes' right to organize.

President Green's first stop was at Charlotte, N. C., focus of textile conflict (TIME, Aug. 12 et seq.). There he presided over the Southern Industrial conference of the A. F. of L., planned the unionization of 95 trades in eleven southern states. He warned mill operators...

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