A Fighting Faith in Labor

Lerner, Max
January 1941
New Republic;1/13/41, Vol. 104 Issue 2, p51
Focuses on a fighting faith in labor in the U.S. Belief in kings, aristocrats, farmers, engineers and business men; Claims that trade-unionists have always been in a position to know what enters into production efficiency; Impact of the collapse of the Left on labor's prestige; Relationship between the plan of U.S. Labor leader Walter P. Reuther and the proposal of Philip Murray, president of Congress of Industrial Organizations; Discussion on the technical accuracy of Reuther's 500-planes-a-day production estimate.


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