Labor Unity in Sight at Last?

Authors

  • Arthur Eggleston

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14452/MR-005-06-1953-10_7

Keywords:

Labor

Abstract

For seventeen years all efforts to reunite AFL and CIO have failed. Four specific attempts got nowhere, resulting merely in caustic exchanges assessing the blame for the breakdown. Finally, merger efforts sank to the level of perfunctory gestures. The latest episode in this old order of things took place at the September, 1952, AFL convention in New York City, with the late William Green presiding.

Published

1953-10-07

Issue

Section

Articles