Labor’s Thoughts and Acts
by Frank N. Trager - 1938
THE May 1st editorial of Justice (I.L.G.W.U.) and Dubinsky's peace speech before the same clothing workers' convention emphasizes the prediction made here last month: The I. L. G. W. U. has come to the parting of the ways with C.I.O. It will not re-enter the A. F. of L. but will steer an independent course. Behind this sincere campaign for labor peace, which would have been better d if Dubinsky had decided to go to the coming C.I.O. Convention and their fight for labor peace, are a number of motives. The one most public is Dubinsky criticism of the Lewis leadership in "breaking off” peace negotiations.
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