LABOR: Bitter Bon Voyage

When Joseph Patrick Kennedy finally settled on board the S. S. Manhattan last week to take his Irish temper to the Court of St. James, he had no fear of failing to get safely to his post. All the ship's seamen were members of the National Maritime Union, and presumably his sworn enemies, but their spokesman announced through his teeth: "Our members wall give Mr. Kennedy every courtesy no matter what they think of his attempts to wreck their union. . . ."

Why C. I. O. maritime labor regards the former chairman of...

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