Professor Luigi Gedda, head of Italian Catholic Action, is enlisting the support of Catholic Civic Committees throughout Italy to bring ten million workers into the growing Free Confederation of Labour (L.C.G.I.L.). This Christian Trade Union organisation, which has already scored a recent tactical success against Communist-dominated workers in Palermo, has been handicapped in the past by the rooted indifference of most Italian workers to trade unionism in any shape or form. It is estimated that less than onethird of the country's 18 million industrial and agricultural workers are active unionists.
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28th January 1949
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Italian ACTU Aim At Ten Million
Keywords: Trade Unions, Labour Relations, Unionism In Ireland, Industrial Workers Of The World, Religion / Belief, Labor, Politics
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