George Novack. "Unity caucus on the railroads.", 1946-1949.

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Novack, George. George Novack. "Unity caucus on the railroads.", 1946-1949.

George Novack. "Unity caucus on the railroads.", 1946-1949.

Microfilm copy of "Unity Caucus on the Railroads; the Story of the Consolidation Committee of Enginemen." This document is an account of the development of the CCE, including an assessment of its impact. This unpublished monograph was prepared in 1957-1958 for the Labor Project of the Fund for the Republic, directed by Paul Jacobs. It was written by George Novack, who had served the CCE as public relations advisor. It describes the approach to the issue and to organizing around it taken by this committee, which did succeed in having its program adopted by the conventions of both the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Engineers.

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