National Affairs: Unwilling Captive

The chance to become President of the U. S. is supposed to be the cherished birthright of every American child. In the case of ex-Child John L. Lewis this cherished birthright has become to many a "consuming ambition" and its exercise by this labor leader would be regarded as vaguely unAmerican. But the possibility of Mr. Lewis' offering himself as a candidate in 1940 is "a slim one indeed" according to Edward Levinson, well-informed Labor editor of the New York Post. In his book, Labor on the March,* published this week, Author Levinson...

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