December 1941
America;12/6/1941, Vol. 66 Issue 9, p238
The article focuses on the review of labor problems wherein it was hoped that Philip Murray would give the chief information officers the leadership which can make the labor problems a powerful agent for industrial justice and peace in the U.S. According to the article, Murray stresses during the Detroit convention that the welfare of his organization must take precedence of all else, even during an unlimited national emergency.


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