LABOR: Federation's 52nd

As dignified and well-behaved as bankers, seated around long tables below a marble dais in the glass-&-silver banquet hall of Cincinnati's Hotel Netherland-Plaza last week. 322 delegates of the American Federation of Labor were gravely deliberating the course of their 2,532,261 membership, the course of the U. S. Workingman. On the third day of their 52nd annual convention, the delegates were briefly but thoroughly shocked. Rumblings of disorder came from an out side corridor. Backed by 25 struggling colleagues, an excited man named Louis Weinstock, member of the New York City...

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