POLITICAL NOTES: A Notorious Person

Robert Taft, the man whom organized labor wants most to beat, was in Ohio last week campaigning for his political life. When word got out that he would tour the Campbell plant of the Youngstown Sheet and Tube Co., some 100 employees decided to be outraged. They walked out, complaining against being made a "captive audience." Since most of them worked in the power plant, some 1,500 other employees had to be sent home.

At the gates to the mill, Taft was confronted by a line of angry men, greeted by a din of jeers and catcalls. Disregarding the advice...

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