Canada: Pat Tells All

When John Allan Sullivan, 53, president of the Red-led Canadian Seamen's Union, was bedded by a heart attack a few months ago, he had some time to think about his politics and his job. What he thought made him so mad that last week "Pat" Sullivan walked right out of the C.S.U. and slammed the door. The slam was heard all over Canada.

Sullivan, who is also secretary-treasurer of the Canadian Trades & Labor Congress, had nothing against unions. What angered Sullivan, Irish-born and onetime Roman Catholic, were the Communists in the unions. This was an eye-opener because Sullivan had long been...

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