LABOR: Red Lights Out

What happens to the American Labor Party is of national interest, for A. L. P. will have something to say about how the New York vote goes in 1940. Old-line Democrats and Republicans do not forget that the American Labor Party in 1937 gave New York City's Mayor LaGuardia his winning majority, narrowly saved Democratic Governor Herbert Lehman from defeat last year by Tom Dewey.

In recent years, New York Communists have swarmed into A. L. P. Last week they were told to buzz out. A big party meeting was called to blast...

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