Labor in Government

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Labour Demands for Represenation in Government

Since commencement of the national defense program in 1940, labor leaders have made repeated demands for full and effective representation of the trade union movement in administrative agencies of the federal government, and particularly in those agencies concerned with problems of production. These demands were put forward with increased emphasis and frequency after the United States entered the war in December, 1941, and are being pressed with renewed vigor at the present time. While phrased in various terms, the content and context of ...

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