LABOR: New Voices

What John L. Lewis and William Green do and say has for long been of deep concern to a large segment of the U. S. public. Last week it became apparent that the public will probably be just as concerned in future with the doings and sayings of a couple of other fellows: Sidney Hillman and David Dubinsky.

Last February, John Lewis, head of

C. I. 0., denounced his old friend Franklin

D. Roosevelt. Quick as a counterpunch, his textile workers, clothing workers, hosiery workers, Sidney Hillman of his executive board, defied him, plumped...

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