LABOR: Little Unprintable Strike

C.I.O.'s big, glowering John L. Lewis, who has many other things to think about, last week had a rank-&-file revolt on his hands. Rank ingratitude, thought John L. Only last spring he had fought and snarled and snorted until he had won for his Pennsylvania miners a boost in pay. And what thanks did he get? A kick in the paunch. All because his miners had been asked to kick in a little more money to the United Mine Workers' treasury.

A majority of the voting members of U.M.W. had approved the idea of raising assessments from $2 to $6...

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