National Affairs: Again, Sit Downs

President Homer Martin of the United Automobile Workers of America last week told the Dies Committee about Communism in C.I.O., saying little that he has not said before. While Mr. Martin repeated himself in Washington, his big and boisterous union showed signs of 1) falling apart, and 2) waxing stronger every day.

> One Ralph Knox, an ousted union official whom his former associates would like to put in a psychopathic ward, launched the American Automobile, Aircraft, Automotive and Allied Employes, claimed 20,000 members would desert U. A. W. to start.

> U. A....

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