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LABOR: Battle of Pittsburgh

As steel goes, so goes inflation. Since Nov. 27, when the steelmasters and Philip Murray's United Steelworkers started negotiations for their 1952 wage...

STATE OF BUSINESS: Mrs. Celinsky & the Saloon

In Manhattan last week, Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.'s Chairman Ben Moreell stood up before a special Wage Stabilization Board panel which is trying to decide...

THE CAPITAL: The Back Stairs

For the past 15 years the C.I.O.'s President Philip Murray has been a regular boarder at Washington's fashionable Hotel Carlton, one of the capital's best...

CONTROLS: Heat & Thaw

Big Labor was in high dudgeon last week over the handling of mobilization. To Washington officials stormed the A.F.L.'s William Green and the C.I.O.'s Philip...

LABOR: Pride & Prejudice

The great steel mills lay cool and dead and some 500,000 steelworkers hit the streets. Another 500,000 would be called out of steel-fabricating plants the...

LABOR: The Big Three

Once upon a time there were three ambitious men in the United Mine Workers. John L. Lewis kicked out William Green, and then there were two. John L. Lewis had...

National Affairs: On the Run

The operation on the C.I.O.'s Communist-line wing was performed with a meat ax by a stern and rejuvenated Philip Murray and his staff of strategists. Leaders of...

LABOR: C. I. O. Faces Defense

(See Cover) Clouds hung last week like a sign in the sky over steel plants in Buffalo, Gary, Youngstown, South Chicago, Bethlehem. Pittsburgh, the city of...

LABOR: New Shoes for Mr. Murray

Philip Murray, who a year ago stepped into John L. Lewis' squeaky shoes as president of C.I.O., last week had blisters on his heels and corns on his toes. As...

U.S. At War: John's Vengeance

From the walls of the room, 150 framed caricatures of John L. Lewis glowered at the audience. From a raised platform Angry John in the flesh glowered even more...

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