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The A.F. of L. and the “New Radicalism”

October 12, 1923
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  1. The announcement that John L. Lewis, president of the United Mine Workers, will head a new $1,000,000 labor bank to be opened at Indianapolis, coming on the heels of the opening of the sixteenth labor bank in this country, gives a new turn to the labor banking movement which heretofore has received little support from the “fighting” leaders of organized, labor.

  2. The names of the existing labor banks, their location, the organizations behind them, the dates on which they were opened, and their approximate resources are given in the following table:

    Washington, D. C. Mount Vernon Savings Bank May 15, '20 $2,969,456
    International Association of Machinists      
    Cleveland, O-B. L. E. Cooperative Nat'l Bank Nov. 1, '20 24,738,972
    Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers      
    Tucson, Ariz.-Cooperative Bank & Trust Co. May 31, '21 400,000
    Local unions and farmers' organizations      
    Hammond, Ind.-People's Cooperative State Bank
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