LABOR: Breach Reached

One day last week the president, twelve of the 15 vice presidents of the American Federation of Labor and its secretary-treasurer sat down together in Washington as the Federation's Executive Council, to consider official business. Actually, there was no serious need for consideration because all present were virtually agreed that the time had come to throw John L. Lewis of the United Mine Workers and the unions which formed his Committee for Industrial Organization out of the A. F, of L.

Strictly for form's sake President William Green and his 13 craft union...

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