TITLE

Washington Wire--The Heat's On

PUB. DATE
December 1946
SOURCE
New Republic;12/16/46, Vol. 115 Issue 24, p795
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Highlights the political and economic affairs in the U.S. Argument pertaining to the organized labor's postwar status in the United States. Generalization of economic effects after the end of the coal strike; Strength of U.S. labor leader John L. Lewis in American labor union; Discuss that the Norris-LaGuardia Act forbids the use of injunctions in labor disputes; Criticism on the establishment of government-built oil pipelines by Muscle Shoals; Rejection of Ford's bid for Muscle Shoals in building pipelines by the U.S. Congress; Use of pipelines by private company for emergency use in the coal strike.
ACCESSION #
14619200

 

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