Business: Tough Talk at N.A.M.

"I know of no time in our country's history when the forces of intelligent conservatism have been in greater danger of obliteration." So said Postmaster General Arthur E. Summerfield in the major speech before the National Association of Manufacturers' 63rd annual congress. In the kind of rousing talk that N.A.M. members like to hear, Summerfield warned that "America today teeters on the precipice of a labor-bossed Congress." was sure that President Eisenhower will propose legislation to protect workers "from exploitation by unscrupulous and corrupt union bosses." Unless antitrust law principles are applied to the "labor-boss monopoly" and businessmen become active in...

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