Industrial Unionism and the A.F. of L.

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Split in the American Labor Movement

Hope of closing the rift in the ranks of organized labor over the question of industrial unionism before the meeting of the American Federation of Labor's convention at Tampa on November 16 was definitely eliminated last week-end, when the Committee for Industrial Organization, in session at Pittsburgh, refused to appoint a negotiating committee and refused to agree to a personal conference between its chairman, John L. Lewis, and the Federation's president, William Green. Failure of efforts to obtain a peaceful ...

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