Labor Relations in the Steel Industry

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Impending Labor Conflicts in Steel

Announced Objectives of the Opposing Forces

A trade union organizing campaign, expected to lead to a strike in the basic iron and steel industry before the end of the year, was begun July 1 by the newly-formed Committee for Industrial Organization, headed by John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers of America. The degree of success which attends this effort to compel corporations in the steel industry to share control of wages, hours, and working conditions in their plants with ...

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