LABOR: Trouble in the Streets

A speeding car loaded with workers headed toward a mass of cursing, shouting men blocking the entrance to the Westinghouse lamp plant in Bloomfield, N.J. one morning last week. The car plowed through, knocking down a picket and two policemen. In nearby Edison, N.J. four men were injured as they tried to halt cars driving into the local Westinghouse plant. In Sharon, Pa. bricks flew, cars were damaged, and some pickets were hauled off to jail.

Day and night, in 21 U.S. cities and towns where Westinghouse has plants, the same sullen violence...

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