Letters, Jul. 12, 1937

Girdler's Record


In your current issue, June 14, you credit Philip Murray, chairman of S. W. O. C., with the statement: " 'Girdler is not a steel man. He was chief of the Jones & Laughlin police force before he was dragged by the bootstraps to be president of the Republic. He's a company cop, nothing more and nothing less, and there's no company policeman big enough to whip us.' "

It happens that I knew Tom Girdler more than 25 years ago in Atlanta, and he was general manager of the Atlanta Steel...

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