LABOR: Birds of a Feather

One of the best friends Russia has in the U.S. is the C.I.O.'s big, noisy United Electrical, Radio and Machine Workers Union. Last week the U.E. gave a dramatic demonstration of its friendliness at its annual convention in Boston's Bradford Hotel.

As might be expected, Henry Wallace was there. While the delegates chanted "Wallace for President,"* Henry denounced the domestic and foreign policy of the Truman Administration: "The political errand boys of Wall Street . . . have conspired to weaken labor. They have set us on the road to depression at home and they are putting us on the...

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