LABOR: Whither Lewis?

What John L. Lewis, as a potential man of destiny, thinks is a matter of great concern to his friends and enemies. In the course of a career filled with action rather than ideas, he has rarely decided on tomorrow's problems today. But John L. Lewis, having cut himself adrift from old-line organized labor and far offshore from the President on whose election he spent half a million, now revolves in the centre of a swirl of social forces that cannot go on swirling indefinitely. If he wants to dominate these forces,...

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