LABOR: John Lewis Moves Again

"If I had a yellow dog I'd hate to have his standard of living fixed by this man Davis and the men who do his dirty work for him. . . . [Davis is] a rapacious, predatory Park Avenue lawyer on the loose in Washington against the American worker."

Thus, on recent occasions, John L. Lewis has bludgeoned Chairman William Hammett Davis and his War Labor Board members. The rest of the time Lewis has contemptuously refused to recognize WLB's existence.

Last week Lewis wrote the "predatory Park Avenue lawyer" a letter. It began "The Honorable William H. Davis, Dear Sir"...

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