LABOR: Fullest Cooperation1

A.F. of L. President William Green last week lambasted C.I.O.'s John Lewis for croaking: "If labor isn't given a greater voice in ... [labor] matters, those who direct them should not expect too much cooperation from labor." Promised Mr. Green brightly: "I assure the Government of the United States that it can expect the fullest cooperation from all of the members and officers of the American

Federation of Labor. . . ." Before the week was out, there was a new and bigger A.F. of L. strike on a front where everybody believed that all strikes had been outlawed for...

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