The Press: Communists and the Guild

With 193 of their 4,100 members present at the meeting, the leaders of the New York Newspaper Guild last week got through a resolution, addressed to President Roosevelt and the United Automobile Workers in California, denouncing the use of Federal troops to break the Communist-supported strike at North American Aviation Co. The vote: 163-to-30.

Fed up by these tactics on the part of the radical group which dominates their union, 598 Manhattan Guildsmen signed petitions to President Roosevelt vigorously washing their hands of the red resolution.

Also fed up was U.A.W.'s President Roland J. Thomas who accused Guild Vice President Milton Kaufman of...

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