Labor Goes into Action

August 1943
New Republic;8/2/43, Vol. 109 Issue 5, p170
Focuses on the speech given by Philip Murray, president of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO), on a radio program. Conducting of a conference by the CIO to bring out frank discussion the problems of inflation and war; Calling of the American Federation of Labor and the Railway Brotherhoods, by the CIO, to unite with it for the formulation of a joint program for winning the war on all fronts as rapidly as possible; Information on the resolutions given to Murray by the CIO executive board, the week before his address on the radio.


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