STEEL NEGOTIATIONS: The Issues Dwarf the Arguments


THE words from President Eisenhower had the ring of a command. "They must do it, and they must do it in such a way that the price is not compelled to go up." Rarely does the President use such strong words in matters of labor-management relations, but rarely are strong words more necessary.

In another month big labor, in the form of the United Steelworkers of America, will sit down with big business, in the form of U.S. steel company executives, to hammer out a new contract that will not only set...

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