National Affairs: Renewz > & Regret

For three days last week in a guarded suite in Manhattan's Biltmore Hotel, the operating executives of U. S. Steel Corp. and the general staff of the Steel Workers Organizing Committee went through the motions of negotiating a new contract— the most important single labor contract in the U. S. The immediate destinies of Big Steel's 200,000 employes had already been settled in quiet, personal chats between Myron C. Taylor and John L. Lewis. And what Messrs. Taylor & Lewis decided will probably go for the other 300,000 steelworkers now covered by C....

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