Education: Two Horses

The most nettlesome question at Madison, Wis., where 400 delegates of the American Federation of Teachers were convened last week, was, once more, whether the A. F. of T. would continue its longtime affiliation with the American Federation of Labor or switch over to the C. I. O. The C. I. O. partisans are, in the main, labor idealists. The antiC. I. O. faction is opposed to the idea of industrial unionization, which would lump them together with janitors, waitresses, cooks, furnacemen, everyone else who worked around a school. There were plenty...

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