Labor Leader, New Style

Daniel, Franz
November 1942
New Republic;11/2/42, Vol. 107 Issue 18, p579
Presents several letters to the editor on the previously published article of Marion Hedges, director of research for the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, related to labor leader of the future. Presentation of war production programs to the government by leaders of organized labor; Problem of organizing a considerable mass of unorganized workers in American industry; Factors that must be part of the make-up of labor leaders in the days to come; Qualities of new type of labor leader pointed out by Hedges.


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