CANADA: Steelmen at Ungava

On a sidewalk in front of Montreal's gilt-trimmed Ritz-Carlton Hotel, placard-bearing pickets from some 20 labor unions staged an indignant demonstration one morning last week. "The workers protest," one sign proclaimed. "After Murdochville, Kruppville" warned another, in an obvious attempt to keep the United Steelworkers' strike at the Murdochville works of the Gaspe Copper Mines Ltd. in the public eye. In one of the Ritz-Carlton's handsomely appointed suites, German Industrialist Alfried Felix Alwyn Krupp von Bohlen und Halbach, 50 (TIME, Aug. 12), shrugged off the demonstration: "In Germany we have good...

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