December 1952
New Republic;12/15/52, Vol. 127 Issue 24, p5
Focuses on liberals George Meany and Walter Reuther. Factors which attracted Reuther towards the trade union movement; Significance of the bonding between the liberals and the labor movement; Contribution of Meany towards the activities of American Federation of Labor (AFL); Loss of vitality by labor which it had acquired during the New Deal years; Responsibility taken by the AFL in education and political action; Importance given by Reuther and Meany to the internal organization of the unions; Optimism shown by both men for labor unity.


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