LABOR: The Big Split

Last week was a big one for the International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union, better known as I. L. G. W. U. The third edition of Pins and Needles, its famed home-talent satire, opened on Broadway. The rich, well-run union donated $235,000 to refugee aid. And I. L. G. W. U.'s executive committee tossed off a resolution on labor peace. If things go well for labor in the next few months, I. L. G. W. U.'s resolution may be called an important item in labor history. If things go badly, it can at least...

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