Washington DC: n.pub. 1946. Four-panel brochure, very good, providing a transcript of the address.
Polemic against John L. Lewis, addressed to members of the United Mine Workers of America. Suggests that his earlier efforts for the union have been undermined by more recent actions after an illness when "something seems to have gone to his head." Refers to Lewis' most recent strike effort as treasonous, predicting he will be remembered alongside John Wilkes Booth.