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by Jacob S. Slavin - 1937

In publishing his article, THE SOCIAL FRONTIER believes that its Nietzchean vein will be useful in evoking controversial comment from our readers. That it has a stinging point must be plain to those who have worked with unprogressive members of older craft unions. At this juncture, however, when there seems to be a clear resurgence in the American labor movement, the Editors are inclined to believe that most unions are too timid and modest in their petty demands and not that they seek to “plunder” the wealth of the fat boys. Nevertheless, it is probably true that trade unionism without a comprehensive worldview is not enough. It is perilous to forget the remore goal in the struggle for immediate advantage.-The Editors


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 4 Number 28, 1937, p. 16-19
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 13573, Date Accessed: 10/16/2019 8:18:46 AM

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