Washington Notes

T. R. B.
November 1941
New Republic;11/3/41, Vol. 105 Issue 18, p586
Presents information on various social and political developments in the United States. Role played by John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers, in the labor movement. Establishment of a special mediation board for settling the captive mine dispute; Appeal to Lewis by the U.S. President to keep his miners at work; Information on a meeting of Lewis with Philip Murray, president of the Congress of Industrial Organizations; Arrest of Frank Delia, a paroled hold-up man, on charges of felonious assault and carrying concealed weapons; Information on the indictment of George Hill, Representative Hamilton Fish's secretary; Reasons for his indictment; Details of the meeting of the Society for Advancement of Management at the Cosmos Club.


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