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WASHINGTON--John L. Lewis today unleashed a double-barrelled attack against the administration, flailing President Roosevelt for not taking a more adamant stand on the necessity of a wage-hour bill and charging many Federal agencies are anti-labor. Later he revealed that the Committee of Industrial Organization will hold its first Constitutional Convention early next fall to set up a permanent rival organization to the American Federation of Labor.

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