LABOR: Partisan League

Last April when word spread through the American Federation of Labor that elderly Daniel Tobin of the Teamsters' Union would be reappointed chairman of the Democratic National Committee's Labor Division, John L. Lewis of the United Mine Workers and Sidney Hillman of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers laid their shrewd heads together. Teamster Tobin, they knew, was a stanch craft unionist, one of the twelve A. F. of L. vice presidents who firmly opposed their Committee for Industrial Organization. Almost overnight C. I. O. Leaders Lewis & Hillman formed Labor's Non-Partisan League....

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