LABOR: Great Resurgence

(See front cover) On a long shiny table in Room 800 B of Washington's new Shoreham Hotel was signed one night last week the biggest, most significant work-&-wage contract in the history of U. S. labor. At one end of the table, his beefy bulk overflowing the chair, sat John Llewellyn Lewis, black-maned, bushy-browed president of United Mine Workers of America. At the other end was the thin, rigid figure of John De Lorma Adams Morrow, president of Pittsburgh Coal Co., who also heads the potent Northern Coal Control Association. Loudly and often...

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