LABOR: Division at Unity House

Up the winding Pocono mountain road, past the guardhouse outside the 800-acre estate, along the driveway lined with spreading sycamores, skirting the garden with its orange zinnias and lavender petunias, purred the Cadillacs and Chryslers of organized labor's leaders. The executive council of the combined A.F.L.-C.I.O. met last week at "Unity House," the $5,000,000 Pennsylvania summer resort of David Dubinsky's garment workers' union, to answer an important political question: Should the A.F.L.-C.I.O. officially endorse a presidential candidate this year?

Before they got around to answering that question, the labor leaders had a day of routine business meetings and a chance...

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