LABOR: Across the Rubicon

Having been suspended by A. F. of L. after joining C. I. O., and having failed to reunite the warring houses, David Dubinsky's International Ladies Garment Workers of America last week quit C. I. O. President David Dubinsky felt that John L. Lewis had done Labor peace great harm by calling a convention in Pittsburgh this week to turn the Committee for Industrial Organization into a permanent "Congress."

Said Dubinsky's executive board, representing 250,000 of C. I. O.'s claimed 4,000,000 members: "We do not believe now, and we have never believed, that two...

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