Veterans, Unions and Jobs

Eingsliy, J. Donald
October 1944
New Republic;10/23/44, Vol. 111 Issue 17, p513
Focuses on the oppositions by the big business to full employment in the U.S. Information on the modification in the union-shop contract of Atlantic Elevator Co. with the United Electrical Workers; Objectives of anti-labor forces; Destruction of union security through the elimination of closed and union shops; Proposal of reinstatement of honorably discharged veterans in their former civilian jobs by Section VIII of the Selective Service and Training Act.


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