National Affairs: Printers' Choice

A. F. of L.'s President Green last week at last resigned from C. I. O.'s United Mine Workers—before they threw him out. But soon he found one subject on which he could crow over C. I. O. Said he: "I congratulate the union printers of the nation on their success in removing ... a termite president. . . ."

Occasion for Mr. Green's pleasure was the failure of C. I. O. co-Founder & Secretary Charles P. Howard to be re-elected president of the potent International Typographical Union. The printers by a 3-2 vote replaced C. I. O. man Howard by their Vice...

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