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C. W. Editor Calls On G. M. Strikers In Plant at Flint

Summary: Supports the sit-down strike as a nonviolent tactic in labor organizing. Describes in detail a visit to strikers against General Motors in Flint, Michigan. Notes Communists take advantage of strikes to promote their philosophy of life and calls for Catholics to become “apostles of labor” to reach the masses. (The Catholic Worker, March 1937, 1, 4. DDLW #317).