Congress of Industrial Organizations
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New York: Executive Board Local 100 Transport Workers Union of America affiliated with the Congress of Industrial Organizations, [1939?]. Four panel brochure, 6x9 inches (folded size), minor handling wear else very good condition. Opposed to the Wicks Bill on the grounds that it would damage pensions and that it would.....
Detroit, MI: UAW-CIO International Education Dept. 1941. 11p., wraps, B&W photos. This tenth installment in the series focuses on "the various forces which impede the orderly and peaceful progress of collective bargaining," particularly press manipulation, the police, and company unionism.
Washington: GPO, 1941. 6683-7067p., wraps slightly worn, occasional foxing throughout, fold-out chart on how defense housing is built. On the movement of workers occasioned by shifts in defense-related employment; includes material on the San Francisco Bay Area. The CIO's leadership testifies on what the union has done to help.