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Aside from its right-wing Cold War vocabulary, the article "Red-Led Electrical Workers Head Out of C.I.O." captures some of the dynamism of the Cold War in the labor movement in the late 1940s and the 1950s, including the unrealistic hope of some among the labor left that they could form a new (third) labor federation in the United States. None of the UE leaders was ever proved to be a Communist, despite many governmental efforts to establish that charge as a fact. In 1959 the U.S. government dropped its case of subversion against the UE.
James Young
Professor of History emeritus
Edinborio University
 

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