LABOR: Season's Greetings

After a four-hour conference in John L. Lewis' Washington office one day last week C. I. O.'s peace committee headed by Philip Murray marched to the Hotel Willard to meet once more with the A. F. of L. peace committee headed by George Harrison. Without palaver Mr. Harrison asked if C. I. O. still insisted that all its members be taken into A. F. of L. Mr. Murray replied that those were the terms and the only terms on which C. I. O. was willing to make peace. Eight weeks' negotiations to reunite A. F....

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