A day by day account of the C.I.O. struggle against big business, the attempt to establish industrial democracy traced through minutely detailed accounts of each strike in the various industries, the atrocities committed by business in its efforts to thwart union organization. Innovations in strike technique, governmental support, etc., and a discussion of labor's demands. Backed up by statistical research, and authentic in the author's personal participation in the movement, this is necessarily a definitely biased book, which discounts C.I.O.'s bad points. Too detailed for the average reader, perhaps, but a good picture of labor progress.