LABOR: Dunces Capped

A cub among the lately lionized workers of the U. S. is the white-collar man. Because organized Labor long accepted his view that he was not of the overalled proletariat, he could, even two years ago, hardly have found a union had he wanted to. Since then C.I.O's top white-collar union, United Office & Professional Workers of America has boomed from 6.000 to 45,000 members.

Last year C.I.O. began to organize Metropolitan Life Insurance Co. Along with great Metropolitan, the union also took on the others of the Big Three in industrial insurance. Prudential and John Hancock, set out...

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