LABOR: Border War

As 3,700 General Motors of Canada employes continued peacefully on strike at Oshawa, Ont. last week, asking recognition of C.I.O.'s United Automobile Workers, and as Ontario's blatant Premier Mitchell F. ("Mitch") Hepburn continued roaring belligerently that he would never let the "paid foreign agitators" of C.I.O. get a foothold in Canada (TIME, April 19), G. M. and U.A.W. officials met in Detroit, agreed to let their Canadian affiliates get together with the Premier and work out a strictly Canadian settlement. That seemed to save face all around, since "Mitch" Hepburn and...

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