LABOR: C.I.O. to Sea

With only one struck plant remaining closed last week and with no agreements signed, it was apparent that John L. Lewis had about lost his strike in "Little Steel." "The C.I.O. failed to meet its first major test successfully," gloated A. F. of L.'s William Green, calling for an intensified campaign to stave off restrictive labor legislation. "We cannot permit all organized labor to be penalized because of the stupid mistakes of C.I.O." Sneered the leonine C.I.O. boss: "Droolings from the pallid lips of a traitor."

Contemptuous also was John Lewis last week...

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