Douglas J. McCarron, Chief of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America, pulled the carpenters from the AFL-CIO, the national Labor Federation. In this bold move, he made many enemies, but gained as many admirers. Cleeland examines his rise to power and allows him to, as he says, set the record straight.
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