Reuther in India "What a remarkable, amazing, stimulating fellow he is," said Nehru

Harrison, Selig S.
May 1956
New Republic;5/21/56, Vol. 134 Issue 21, p9
Focuses on the visit of Walter Reuther, the U.S. labor leader and politician, to India. Views expressed by Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru regarding Reuther visit to his country; Assurance for a long-term policy of the U.S. towards Asia; Reception of Reuther in various cities and states in India; Policy of the Indian government to balance the impact of the Bulganin-Khrushchev visit by giving Reuther a broad platform; Image of Reuther due to his attitude towards labor and African American issues; Opinion that Reuther has received such welcome due to his opposition yo an Asian policy based on military alliances; Stress of Reuther on free labor in a mixed economy with a steadily expanding public sector.


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