A month ago bunchy, belligerent James Caesar Petrillo, president of thg A.F. of L.'s American Federation of Musicians, lolled back in his well-cushioned swivel chair and dictated a letter to the radio networks.
"You will possibly recall," said he, "that during the war the Federation waived its objections to network broadcasts emanating from foreign countries, even though music for these programs was furnished by musicians who are not members of the American Federation of Musicians.
"We considered this a necessary wartime measure to promote good will. . . .
"However, now that the war is over, we believe that we should get back to...