LABOR: Forgotten Men

For a long time U. S. Labor has been a house divided. Every little squeak for peace has been drowned out by the bickerings of A. F. of L.'s William Green and C. I. O.'s John L. Lewis. Mr. Green has called Mr. Lewis many an unpleasant name: "an enemy of labor ... an autocrat . . . consumed with personal ambition." Mr. Lewis has called Mr. Green a "pusillanimous little man who sees ghosts at night and pays the penalty for his own perfidy ... a frightened little man . . ....

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