August 1943
New Republic;8/2/43, Vol. 109 Issue 5, p154
Comments on the Smith-Connally Bill, enacted by the 78th Congress; View that it is an anti-labor bill; Comment on the provision of the bill which seeks to restrict labor in exercising its basic democratic right of organizing for effective political action; Opposition of the Congress against the formulation of an adequate and equitable tax program, which will raise the necessary revenue and distribute the burden proportionately and properly upon those best able to bear it; Request to labors to elect a Congress and a national administration in 1944 which are determined to plan for a sound economy at home and abroad.


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