Bornstein, Leon
August 1970
Monthly Labor Review;Aug70, Vol. 93 Issue 8, p81
Academic Journal
Reports on the decision of aerospace firm McDonnell Douglas Corp. to suspend the Supplementary Unemployment Benefits payments to laid off workers from its Long Beach, California plants. Reason for the action; Maximum duration of benefits.


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