LABOR: Strike at G.E.

Bargaining between James Carey, president of the International Union of Electrical Workers, and General Electric on a new contract was—as usual—stormy and tough. Once the ten-man G.E. team stomped out after Carey cussed out Chief G.E. Negotiator Philip D. Moore. Last week Carey's demands for more than G.E. was willing to offer had got himself and his union into a strike neither really wanted. Snapped G.E.'s Moore to Carey at one of the last sessions: "You think there is something else coming. Well, there isn't now, next week, next month, or any other time. Now get that through your...

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