LABOR: Peace or Plot?

"We find on the one hand," reported the resolutions committee at the A. F. of L. convention in Denver last fortnight, "the dominating and fulminating Caesar of the C. I. O. marching his Roman legions to the White House with bludgeoning threats, while on the other hand we find the Machiavelli of the same C. I. O. pursuing the methods typical of that old master of cunning and conniving, working through the catacombs of politics, pouring oil upon the troubled machinery of national politics so that where the one smashes through in ruthless effort at conquest, the other follows...

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