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The Sun (Newspaper) - September 2, 1949, Cincinnati, OhioPublished by the greater Cincinnati Industrial Union Council the 31j \ a Liberal Cio weekly owned Lay its readers vol. 11 no. 16 29 Cincinnati Ohio entered As second class matter june 30, 1944 at the Post office at Cincinnati 2, Ohio under act of March 3, 1179 september 2, 1919 labor is full partner in u. S. Economy Truman says this is the fifth year in which it has been my privilege to Call upon the american people to observe labor Day a a Day dedicated to the workers who have helped so much in the Advance of the. Posit Ion of Opportunity Iti air Day radio address by Murray Cio presiden Philip Murray will deliver a labor Day address Over the american broadcasting company network Abc on monday september 5. This broadcast will be carried in Cincinnati by station Wasai at 5 . Or Murray s broadcast will originate from Pittsburg Pennsylvania. Occupies in the world today. The american worker enjoys an economic political and social status solidly established on democratic principles and unequalled elsewhere in the world. From time to time labor has suffered setbacks but on each such occasion its essential strength has asserted itself and Progress has been resumed. And As labor has proper Ftp so has the nation. Labor Day however is More than a Holiday for celebrating the achievements of the worker and extolling his contribution to the Forward March of our Economy. This year More than Ever it is a time for a sober evaluation of the problems that labor together with All other groups in our country faces in our Complex world and of our Mutual responsibility in meeting them. Labor has become a full partner in our Economy. The machinery for weighing labors needs and for adjusting the problems of labor management relations is being developed and improved through the cooperation of employers and employees. But today labor must also be a full partner in All our undertakings not Only within our Borders but beyond the seas in the Long run our the Field of foreign policy will affect the welfare of every Man woman and child. It is a source of Pride that statesmen in the ranks of labor Are Alert to their responsibility in this Field and Are making a vital contribution to our International programs. I am confident that labor will give the same Devotion to the attainment of our common objectives at Home and abroad that it has Long demonstrated in seeking better working conditions adequate wages and a higher Standard of Security for workers and their families. Dixie rats kicked off democratic committee Dixie rats from four states were officially kicked off the democratic National committee last week at the first meeting held since they bolted president Truman last fall to Back the states rights nominee gov. Strom Thurmond dec. Once the Dixie rats were out of the Way the committee chose William m. Boyle jr., former Kansas City policeman As National chairman. Thrown out by the committee were two members from Mississippi and one each from South Carolina Alabama and Louisiana. Gov. Thurmond himself already has quit but his name was ordered stricken off the Roll. At a dinner in Boyless Honor president Truman said the Dixie rats would be Welcome to come Back in the party any time they were ready to support its platform. A the democratic party is the party of the people a said or. Truman. A the democratic party is a National party and not a sectional party any More. The Tail no longer wags the dog. We won the election last november without new York without the Industrial East and without the solid South and i am prouder of that than anything that Ever happened to me. That does no to mean we do not want the Industrial East the solid South and All the rest of the country to join the party of the people and help the country go Forward that is exactly what we do want. That is exactly what we Are going to accomplish in the next two day�?1949 by Cio president Philip Murray continued recession or economic Progress unemployment with its attendant suffering and distress or jobs for All americans a weakening of our moral prestige among the democratic nations or strengthening of our leadership among the free Peoples and the people who Long for Freedom throughout the entire world these questions of Sigg a ering importance to ave if one of us face the citizens of the United states on this labor Day 1949 pet As a nation quickly find the president Philip Murray answers the right answers. We cannot afford to Drift. It is Gratifying that the Congress of Industrial organizations has striven constantly to improve the Well being of the american citizenry and enhance our democratic leadership in the family of policies the american people have clearly shown their Faith in the future of Liberal government and their deep seated contempt for do nothing reaction. We Are proud of the role of our political action committee in helping Advance the cause of government for the people in the 1948 election. Our political action will be even More successful in 1950.fair Deal labor in America stands by its legislative program a fair Deal program to Benefit not Only the workers but the Farmers the professional men. The Small business people of our land. We resolve to secure the adoption of that program a to repeal the infamous Taf 1-Hart Ley act to lift minimum wages to adopt a modern and effective social welfare program to strengthen our civil liberties to combat the Scourge of unemployment. Buying Power we Are equally determined that there shall be greater not smaller buying Power in the hands of the great mass of workers and Consumers. We Are convinced that wages and the buying Power of wages must be sharply increased. To stand still or to go backward from our present standards is to court the disaster of depression and despair. Effective action by government together with improved economic conditions attained through free collective bargaining these Are the Steps that will Lead us from recession to full employment and full production. We As a nation dare not fail in this Endeavor for from pm 2

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