U.S. At War: Peace, It Would Be Wonderful

Ever since C.I.O. split off from A.F. of L. in 1935, labor statesmen have wondered how to put labor's Humpty Dumpty together again. The latest attempt: a joint committee to iron out jurisdictional disputes. Last week came a candid editorial by Daniel J. Tobin, head of the A.F. of L. teamsters' union and member of the committee. Teamster Tobin, his patience petering, told how the patching job was going:

"Membership on this committee has been nothing but a lot of headaches for me. . . . I am losing all hope of an understanding or agreement being reached. . ....

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