LABOR: In Detroit

"William Green sounds to me like a 7-year-old boy defying his parents," rumbled John L. Lewis at a huge mass meeting of C. I. O.'s Transport Workers' Union in Manhattan last week. "He speaks with much sound and fury. He goes into a trance and words come forth that are meaningless. He becomes inebriated by the exuberance of his own verbosity."

This time hulking John Lewis was belaboring Bill Green for saying at the A. F. of L. convention in Denver that Mr. Lewis was motivated by "consuming" political ambition. Mr. Lewis admitted...

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