CAPITAL NOTES: Fears & Frustrations

¶ Hammered out last week at President Eisenhower's weekly White House meeting with congressional leaders: Republican strategy in upcoming Capitol Hill maneuvers over an anti-racketeering labor bill. At Ike's urging, the G.O.P. will go all the way for a moderately tough Administration labor bill that would ban secondary boycotts and blackmail picketing. In the Senate Labor Committee, and then, if necessary, on the floor, Senate Republicans will attempt to substitute the Administration package for a milder bill introduced by Massachusetts Democrat Jack Kennedy. Since the House Labor Committee is distinctly unfriendly to Ike's bill, Minority Leader Charles Halleck will...

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