Stevenson, Adlai
December 1952
New Republic;12/15/52, Vol. 127 Issue 24, p10
Pays homage to Phil Murray, labor leader and president of the Congress of Industrial Organizations in the U.S. Contribution of Murray in improving the lives of workers in the U.S.; Lessons drawn by Murray from his humility; Views of the article author on leadership qualities of Murray; Success achieved by Murray despite his humble background; Heritage handed down from Murray.


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