February 1955
New Republic;2/21/55, Vol. 132 Issue 8, p3
The article presents several political news briefs for the week of February 21, 1955. A merger agreement between the American Federation of Labor (AFL) and the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) is in the works and will likely be finalized by the end of the year. The Chinese Communist Party is advocating a Formosan conference to be held outside the purview of the United Nations.


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