LABOR: Eliza v. Overseer

In a current series of articles on C. I. O., featured in Scripps-Howard newspapers, Benjamin Stolberg, leftist labor writer, described President David Dubinsky of the model International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union as a "shrewd politician, a hard bargainer, as tough as he is honest, and full of fun." Last week Mr. Dubinsky employed a number of these talents at the expense of John L. Lewis. Summoning the executive boards of all the Garment Workers' locals to convention in Manhattan—the first general assembly in six months—President Dubinsky put his position on C. I....

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