CORPORATIONS: Stalemate at Westinghouse

Negotiations between Westinghouse and its two striking unions came to a surly stalemate. After 17 weeks the two sides were close to an agreement on wages and length of contract, had already agreed to shelve the hot time-study issue for later negotiation. But the sessions finally foundered over the company's refusal to take back 100 workers accused of violence on the picket lines (TIME. Feb. 20).

In desperation, wiry, wily President Jim Carey of the International Union of Electrical Workers (A.F.L.-C.I.O.) last week tried a political gimmick. He persuaded Pennsylvania Governor George...

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