LABOR: A Shocking Thing

The enormity of the crime committed against the U.S. and against U.S. labor by racketeering labor bosses has only begun to sink home, despite the procession of headlines from the Senate committee on labor racketeering. Among the first to grasp the full meaning of it all—and the meaning of the anti-labor kickback that is bound to come—is the A.F.L.-C.I.O.'s blunt President George Meany. Last week Meany told a union convention in Washington just how shocked he was at what he found out over the last two years.

"We thought we knew a few things about trade-union corruption," he said, "but...

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