The Ghost of John L. Lewis

November 1941
New Republic;11/3/41, Vol. 105 Issue 18, p575
Focuses on the dilemma associated with the importance of trade union leader John L. Lewis's actions to sabotage the U.S. defense program. Justification regarding the importance of Lewis in spite of his fascist associations; Gravity of the present situation in terms of U.S. labor movement; Career background of Lewis; Association of the subversive activities of Lewis to fascist leader John L. Lewis who is dead.


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