THE PEOPLE: Wanted: Glamor Jobs

In Washington, Congressmen droned over the Murray Full Employment Bill. In Manhattan, Henry Wallace's publishers rushed his Sixty Million Jobs into bookstores. Throughout the U.S., politicos and pundits considered the plight of jobless war workers. All agreed that it was sad.

The workers themselves last week attacked the unemployment problem in their own sweet way. It was a little different from the way the Congressmen and pundits saw it. From Indianapolis a TIME correspondent wrote:

"People probably were never choosier. They're looking for 'glamor' jobs in the so-called 'glamor plants.' No more...

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