LABOR: It Takes a Real Man

To almost every labor-union member, a picket line is sacrosanct: he would rather see than cross one. Last week the hair on union ears bristled at a heretic's cry. Said an editorial in the Teamster, organ of the powerful Teamsters union:

"Most of the fellows who refuse to go through picket lines are yellow. It takes a real man to go through a picket line when he is ordered to do so by his International Union. . . . The man who observes the . . . decisions of his superior officers in the union is the real union...

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