CONTROLS: Heat & Thaw

Big Labor was in high dudgeon last week over the handling of mobilization. To Washington officials stormed the A.F.L.'s William Green and the C.I.O.'s Philip Murray to file their complaints. They saw President Truman, Mobilizer Charles Wilson and Economic Stabilizer Eric Johnston, whose big hello and sympathetic ear did little to calm them down. The mobilization program, grumbled Green and Murray, was being run by big business. To this, both Johnston and Wilson had an answer: they were willing to give a top union leader a top job if he took it on full-time just as the many businessmen...

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