LABOR: Finish Fight

U.S. labor's war with Communism is bitter and for keeps. To date, the battle has clearly gone with the antiCommunists; but it is a running fight. Last week there were three skirmishes.

The United Electrical Workers, meeting for their 13th annual convention in Manhattan, plowed straight down the Communist furrow, despite the gees and haws of the C.I.O.'s Secretary-Treasurer Jim Carey, onetime U.E. president. By overwhelming majorities, the delegates denounced the draft as "part of big business' war against the American people"; condemned the Marshall Plan as a tool of Wall Street;...

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