Clothing and Food

November 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Nov66, Vol. 89 Issue 11, p1278
Academic Journal
Reports on the signing of labor contract between the Amalgamated Clothing Workers and several cotton garment manufacturers in the United States. Amount of wage increase; Increase of employer payments to welfare and retirement funds; Increase of hospitalization benefits.


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