LABOR: Outlaw Strike

A union leader last week made news by marching through a picket line. It was no slip of the foot. John P. Frey, 70-year-old arch-conservative of the A.F. of L.'s conservative hierarchy, had said he would, and by gum he did. The pickets were A.F. of L. machinists who had shut down eleven San Francisco shipyards in the midst of a $500,000,000 Naval building program and earned the combined wrath of Government and labor officials. But the violation of the picket line by white-haired John Frey did not break the "outlaw" strike. Nonstriking...

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