LABOR: Who's George For?

This week, on the 110th day of the General Motors strike, the leaders of the belligerent, unruly United Auto Workers, C.I.O., rolled up their sleeves for a battle over union politics. Delegates representing U.A.W.'s 600,000 will pour into Atlantic City for their annual convention next week to choose the men to steer the union through the next year.

Against G.M. or Ford or Chrysler the auto workers have usually shown a solid front. But in their sprawling union's internal affairs U.A.W. members have seldom been united.

This year old feuds burned in the new fires of U.A.W. strategy in the postwar drive...

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