Nonconformist Welshman

T. R. B.
November 1940
New Republic;11/4/40, Vol. 103 Issue 19, p627
Highlights the speech of labor leader John L. Lewis in support of Wendell Willkie, U.S. presidential candidate. Influential strength of U.S. President Franklin D. Roosevelt in Congress of Industrial Organizations and American Federation of Labor; Argument pertaining to the struggle for power within the unions between Roosevelt and Lewis; Promises made by Willkie to Lewis to consider him a CIO nominee, for the job.


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