National Affairs: Clean Union

One morning last week 356 delegates to "Homer Martin's convention" in Detroit voted their United Automobile Workers of America out of C. I. O., which had already booted them out. That afternoon they negligently passed the same resolution all over again, cheering lustily and voting to wire a copy to John Llewellyn Lewis.

Thus was established what newly elected President Homer Martin called "a democratic, autonomous, clean union." His inference was that the other part of the United Automobile Workers of America which in the recent split (TIME, Feb. 6) remained with C. I....

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