Under a New Leader: Under a New Leader

Labor in defense industries will largely depend on Philip Murray. Mild-mannered, tough as a rizzar and as sure of himself as any Scot, Murray declared at C. I. O.'s recent, raucous convention: "C. I. O. assumes complete jurisdiction over every major defense industry in the U. S."

Last week, beginning his new job as C. I. O.'s president, Murray took hold of his problem.

Settled was the Vultee Aircraft strike at Downey, Calif., which had dragged on through twelve days of haggling, had held up $84,000,000 worth of U. S. Government and British orders for...

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