National Affairs: Union Teachers

C. I. O.'s able, thoughtful Philip Murray is chairman of the Steel Workers Organizing Committee. As such, he gets along well with many a big steelman and many a little foundryman. Of interest to such men is a brochure published this week under the imprint of Mr. Murray's union.

"This handbook," says the introduction, ". . . is about things a union can do after it has established itself and has won collective bargaining."

Chief thing the union can do, according to S. W. O. C.'s research staff, is to tell the employer what is wrong with...

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