After 25 days of a confused strike, New York longshoremen last week
glumly went back to work the clogged docks. The strikers, broke and
hungry, agreed to work while a state fact-finding board investigates
the revolt within the International Longshoremen's Association (A.F.L.)
which touched off the costliest strike in the port's history.
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