[...] she could accept neither the philosophy nor the tactics of the Communists who invaded both union and party after the First World War, so she retreated to private life. [...] she regained hope in the era of the New Deal, fought the battle of the picket line throughout the 1930s, and became a vice president of the ILGWU in 1941.-HML ORGANIZING THE CHINESE WORKERS Matyas: Certain manufacturers who were giving their work to Chinese contractors had no inside shops . . . what we called inside shops.\n I wanted to send in a good worker, a girl who could speak English, and a girl who was pretty and very personable. A Chinese worker can get a job, and pretty nearly all of the workers that were on the executive committee of the Chinese local are working in very good jobs in white factories.