LABOR: Key Spot

Of all the unions in U.S. labor, the most potentially important is C.I.O.'s United Automobile Workers. The man who can run that rambunctious outfit may well be the future boss of U.S. labor.

On its way to becoming the biggest union in the U.S., last week U.A.W. was fairly busting its pants. In two years its dues-paying membership had tripled, was around half a million. Its bank account had swollen 650% to a fat $439,663. Holding its sixth convention, in Buffalo, chesty U.A.W. changed its name to the United Auto, Aircraft and...

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