LABOR: Action -- Camera!

Like single firecrackers, here & there, sporadic violence popped and sputtered on U.S. labor fronts last week. Strikes immobilized U.S. ships again, touched the nerves of one great city, tied up various factories and kept the movie industry in a state of riot. Workers around the nation fought each other and punched cops.

¶ In the nation's ports, the strike of A.F.L. Masters, Mates and Pilots and C.I.O. Marine Engineers left most of the nation's ships just as dead in the water as they were five weeks ago when lower-crust seamen struck. Wages...

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