MOBILIZATION: Second Ultimatum

Early in the week, arrayed under the flag of the United Labor Policy Committee, the bosses of C.I.O., A.F.L., the machinist and the railroad unions marched to the office of Mobilizer Charles Wilson. They were as full of beefs as a Chicago stockyard, and bellowing just as loudly.

They were the men who had ordered a boycott of the Wage Stabilization Board a fortnight ago when three of their colleagues had been outvoted on a 10% wage-boost formula (TIME, Feb. 26). They were confronted by a stubborn, wrathful Wilson, who had already agreed...

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