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  Philip Murray Summary
Murray was born on May 25, 1886, in Lanarkshire, Scotland, to Irish immigrant parents.
In 1942 Lewis disaffiliated the UMW from the CIO and caused Murray's expulsion from the Mineworkers.
Murray continued as head of the CIO and became the president of the Steelworkers.
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  Philip Murray - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In 1912 he was appointed to the union's executive board, in 1915 he became president of District 5, and in 1920 he was appointed a vice-president of the union by its new president, John L. Lewis.
In 1942 Lewis disaffiliated the UMW from the CIO and caused Murray's expulsion from the Mineworkers.
Murray continued as head of the CIO and became the president of the Steelworkers.
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 Finding Aid for the Philip Murray Papers
Philip Murray was one of the most important American labor leaders of the twentieth century.
In 1912 Murray was appointed to fill a vacant seat on the executive board of the UMWA and in 1916 he became president of UMWA District #5 (western Pennsylvania).
Murray’s advances in the UMWA and early career as a labor leader were closely connected with the rise of John L. Lewis.
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 Philip Murray: Biographical Portrait of a Union Man
When Philip was only six years old, his father, president of his local, took him to union meetings, at age seven during the brutal strike of ’93, Murray worked the soup kitchen and performed other chores like gathering whatever families could spare from their vegetable gardens to maintain strikers’ food supply.
Murray spoke out loudly and clearly before the committee stating that basic freedoms of speech, assembly and movement were treated by the coal industry in West Virginia at best with derision, at worst contempt.
Murray knew that Lewis was the man to lead the UMW, a union that by l9l8 had become complacent and suffered a vacuum of leadership.
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 AllRefer.com - Philip Murray (Labor, Biography) - Encyclopedia
After he was discharged for fighting with a foreman, 600 miners struck, formed a local of the United Mine Workers of America (UMW), and elected (1904) Murray local president.
However, Murray was elected president of the United Steel Workers of America in 1942 when that union was formed.
Retaining the presidency of both the CIO and the United Steel Workers of America until his death, Murray was active in expelling (1949–50) Communist-dominated unions from the CIO.
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 Four Corners - 5/05/97: The Dying Game. Australian Broadcasting Corp
Murray McLaughlin: Tonight on Four Corners, the chronicle of the lingering death of Esther Wild, in that twilight zone where doctors roam unsupervised, and where the justice system is loath to probe.
Murray McLaughlin: He's president of the Voluntary Euthanasisa Society of Victoria, and his advocacy of euthanasia is a source of comfort to his patients.
Murray McLaughlin: Yet, without the sort of law which existed in the Northern Territory, legal and ethical questions will continue to hang over doctors who treat the terminally ill. Not that the questions will be asked out loud, and nor are the authorities likely to be stirred to resolve them.
www.abc.net.au /4corners/stories/s72769.htm   (6419 words)

  
 Philip Murray (1886 - 1952)
Philip Murray was president of the Congress of Industrial Organizations (CIO) during its most tumultuous decade and helped transform the volatile movement of industrial unions begun by John L. Lewis into a stable and powerful organization.
Murray soon came to the attention of UMW leaders at the state and national level.
Murray's organizers cultivated leaders of the industry's many company unions, while his staff filed unfair labor practice charges against the companies with the new National Labor Relations Board and fed congressional investigators information about the steel industry's use of anti-union spies and hired thugs.
www.aflcio.org /aboutaflcio/history/history/murray.cfm   (1241 words)

  
 MSN Encarta - Search Results - Philip Murray
Murray, Philip (1886-1952), American labor leader, who advocated moderate reform policies and avoided radicalism.
Murray (city, Utah), city, Salt Lake County, northern Utah, on the Jordan River, near Salt Lake City; incorporated 1902.
Murray (river, Australia), the principal river of Australia, located in the southeast.
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 Murray's Toggery Shop | Murray's History
Murray's Toggery has been both a Main Street fixture and a Nantucket institution for over half a century.
Philip Murray purchased The Toggery Shop, a men's clothing business, in 1945, and by the early 50s his son, Philip C. Murray, had returned to the island and joined the firm.
Today Philip's son John and daughter Trish, as well as son-in-law Gilles Bridier manage the buying and daily operation of the business.
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 Philip Murray -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Philip Murray (May_25, 1886 - November_9, 1952) was a (North American republic containing 50 states - 48 conterminous states in North America plus Alaska in northwest North America and the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean; achieved independence in 1776) U.S. (The dialect of English used in Scotland) Scottish-born) labor leader.
He served as the first president of the (Click link for more info and facts about United Steelworkers of America) United Steelworkers of America between 1942 and 1952.
Lewis was also president of the (A federation of North American industrial unions that merged with the American Federation of Labor in 1955) Congress of Industrial Organizations, the umbrella body for industrial unions, and appointed his close associate Murray to the Steel Workers Organizing Committee in 1936.
www.absoluteastronomy.com /encyclopedia/p/ph/philip_murray.htm   (243 words)

  
 Murray, Philip on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Retaining the presidency of both the CIO and the United Steel Workers of America until his death, Murray was active in expelling (1949-50) Communist-dominated unions from the CIO.
Philip Morris board of directors elects Murray H. Bring vice chairman, William H. Webb chief operating officer.
Philip Morris sues ABC-TV over reporting on nicotine in cigarettes.
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 P:TL Fanfic: "House of Cards" by Deb T. pg 1
Philip grinned, replying, "Duncan should stay out of Cook's territory, he knows better than that!" They had reached the elevator and Nick neatly wheeled the chair around, so that they would face Derek when they arrived on the first floor.
Philip returned the smile and said, "Since you were kind enough t' decorate my room, I thought it only fair that I give you a ride." Derek had covered his mouth with his hand.
Philip was just grinning, and for a moment, the wall between Derek's godson and daughter was gone.
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 Murray, Joseph Philip Robert
During his 38 years of public service with the RCMP, Phil Murray achieved a broad base of experience in operational policing and management positions, progressing from an uniformed peace officer to the most senior position of Commissioner of the RCMP (1994-2000).
Murray has held leadership roles in a number of charitable and other organizations, including the Network for Research and Crime, Queens University, the Canadian Club of Ottawa, Big Brothers of Ottawa, Interpol, and the International Association of Chiefs of Police.
Murray is an Ottawa native and continues to be a member of numerous public and private sector Advisory Boards.
www.ottawahospital.on.ca /about/board/governors/murray-e.asp   (138 words)

  
 St. Philip Neri House   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Philip Neri House in the historic Stuart Neighborhood of Downtown Kalamazoo.
Bishop Murray established St. Philip Neri House in 1998 as a pia domus.
It is a "significant event" in the life of St. Philip Neri House for it helps fulfill one of the many prescriptions necessary to become a part of the worldwide Confederation of the Oratory (of St. Philip Neri); that is, the nascent community must have at least three members two of whom must be priests.
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 Murray, Philip --  Encyclopædia Britannica
Anderson, Philip W. American physicist and corecipient, with John H. Van Vleck and Sir Nevill F. Mott, of the 1977 Nobel Prize for Physics for his research on semiconductors, superconductivity, and magnetism.
Anne Murray emerged from a small town in Canada to become an international star and one of the most successful crossover artists of all time.
Philip of Macedon, the father of Alexander the Great, made his kingdom's military the most powerful in the region.
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 Murray Stable: A Faculty of Advocates stable- Scotland
Murray Stable: A Faculty of Advocates stable- Scotland
The Murray Stable is the largest and the most innovative of the eleven stables of advocates forming Faculty Services Limited, the service company of the Scottish bar.
It was formed in 1991 and Iain Murray is one of the most experienced clerks in Scotland.
www.murraystable.com   (147 words)

  
 Biography of Murray N. Rothbard (1926-1995)
Murray N. Rothbard, a scholar of extraordinary range, made major contributions to economics, history, political philosophy, and legal theory.
Murray Rothbard was born March 2, 1926, the son of David and Rae Rothbard.
He was a brilliant student even as a young child; and his academic record at Columbia University, where he majored in mathematics and economics, was stellar.
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 Dirks, Van Essen & Murray: Newspaper mergers, acquisitions, and appraisals
PHILIP W. Phil, senior vice president, joined the firm in 1996 after earning a master's degree in business administration from the University of Virginia's Darden School.
JAMES H. Jamie, vice president, joined Dirks, Van Essen and Murray in 2002, after completing his master's degree in business administration at the University of Virginia's Darden School.
Prior to joining Dirks, Van Essen and Murray, Victoria served as head judicial secretary for the Judiciary Committee of the New Mexico House of Representatives during three legislative sessions.
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 Philip Murray: Labor Hall of Fame
thoughtful advocate of the needs and aspirations of working men and women, Philip Murray constantly emphasized the obligation of American trade unions to serve their membership honestly, effectively, steadfastly.
From the coal mines of Pennsylvania, this young immigrant from Scotland rose through the ranks of the United Mine Workers of America into the leadership of the CIO and the United Steel Workers of America.
During the tense years of World War II and the turbulent post-war period, Philip Murray won affection and respect for his great talents as a negotiator and as an inspiring and patriotic leader of industrial unions.
www.dol.gov /oasam/programs/laborhall/pm.htm   (154 words)

  
 Philip J. Murray Jr.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
THOMAS, V.I. -- Philip J. Murray Jr., former resident of Methuen, passed away Jan. 21 in St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands, where he has lived for the past seven years.
Murray was president of the family business, Phil Murray and Son.
He leaves wife Edith Beer of St. Thomas; sons Michael and Miles of San Diego, Calif.; sister Nancy Bott of Mount Washington, Mass., and New York City; a niece, a nephew, and two grandnieces, all of New York City.
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 Timeblind
The next day, Clarence, Philip, and Murray were seated around the dining room table.
Philip had brought them to his house, outside of town, to stay.
Philip was silent for a long time, his eyes focused inward.
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 Philip Murray (II)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
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 Philip Murray
Thursday Law Report: Legal assessor's conduct led to procedural irregularity in committee's deliberations; 14 November 2002: General Medical Council v Walker Privy Council (Lord Hope of Craighead, Lord Walker of Gestingthorpe, Sir Murray Stuart- Smith, Justice Gault and Sir Philip Otton) 5 November 2002.(Obituaries) (The Independent (London, England))
Murray H. Bring, Vice Chairman, External Affairs and General Counsel to Retire in February, 2000 Company Announces Succession Plans.
"Philip, king of the Pequots": The history of an error (Early American Literature)
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 People Moves: Philip Murray, Nigel Smith, Francesca Gori...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
People Moves: Philip Murray, Nigel Smith, Francesca Gori...
The four-star, 69-bedroom Kingsley Hotel in Cork has welcomed Philip Murray as food and beverage manager.
Philip formerly spent three years as conference and banqueting manager at the Old Course Hotel in St Andrews, Fife.
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 Philip Murray, founded Congress of Industrial Organizations, CIO May 25 in History
Philip Murray, founded Congress of Industrial Organizations, CIO May 25 in History
Philip Murray, founded Congress of Industrial Organizations, CIO
Believe me, that was a happy age, before the days of architects, before the days of builders.
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Murray, Philip Murray, Philip, 1886-1952, American labor leader, b.
After he was discharged for fighting with a foreman, 600 miners struck, formed a local of the United Mine Workers of America (UMW), and elected (1904) Murray loc...
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 John Philip Murray News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Briefly - an exhibition of new works by John Philip Murray will be opened by Iarla Ó Lionaird at the Ionad Cultúrtha, Baile Mhuirne, Co Chorcaí on the 8th November 2005.
The centre piece is a large triptych which gives the exhibition its title.
Images of these works may be viewed by clicking on the links below.
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 Murray, DeDe, Philip, and Tracy explore the countryside (1 of 2)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
Murray, DeDe, Philip, and Tracy explore the countryside (1 of 2)
Philip and DeDe in front of a war memorial
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 CIO Letter – Eleanor Roosevelt to Philip Murray   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-28)
CIO Letter – Eleanor Roosevelt to Philip Murray
CIO Letter - Eleanor Roosevelt to Philip Murray
Letter to Phil Murray, May 19, 1952, CIO Secretary-Treasurer's Collection, Box 3, Folder Correspondence Mrs.
www.gwu.edu /~erpapers/workers/articles/docsonline/CIOLetter.htm   (44 words)

  
 Find in a Library: Forging a union of steel : Philip Murray, SWOC, and the United Steelworkers
Find in a Library: Forging a union of steel : Philip Murray, SWOC, and the United Steelworkers
Forging a union of steel : Philip Murray, SWOC, and the United Steelworkers
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 Violet Books: Creeps bibliography
One of the most famous "sleezy" horror anthology series of all times was the Creeps series edited by Charles Birkin (1907-1985) for the publisher Philip Allan in London.
Birkin was not given credit, having remained anonymous as the anthologist.
An expansion of The Purple Sapphire & Other Posthumous Papers issued by Philip Alan in 1921, & which, if regarded also part of the Creeps line, moves the starting date back a decade.
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