LABOR: Action in Miami

With portly John L. Lewis lolling on the platform, the United Mine Workers of America wound up their Washington convention last week with 2,000 delegates yelling and stomping in a wild "Lewis-for-President" demonstration. Though he did not indicate his reactions by even so much as a twitch of a bushy eyebrow, Mr. Lewis must have found the demonstration exceedingly gratifying—for professional if not political reasons. For, in his usual ironhanded manner, he had run the convention in large measure for the edification of another group of labormen meeting simultaneously in Miami—the...

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