LABOR: Two Presidents

"You are unable to rise above your personal ambitions and dictator complex."—Homer Martin to John Lewis.

"It should be clear that the U. A. W. is not severing its relations with the C. I. O., but that Homer Martin is deserting both the U. A. W. and the C. I. O."—Philip Murray & Sidney Hillman (for Mr. Lewis) to Homer Martin.

This exchange last week officially signaled the rise of dual unions in the automobile, aircraft and related supply industries. Each continued to call itself United Automobile Workers of America. One is a C. I. O. union, to whose acting presidency...

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