THE CONGRESS: Congress' Week, Apr. 21, 1947

Space was cleared in Congress last week for the fight over labor. The Lilienthal case was settled. Pushed by Arthur Vandenberg, the aid-to-Greece and Turkey measure was ready to be passed this week. Congress could now concentrate on labor.

Activity so far had been confined to committee rooms. Under the chairmanship of New Jersey's Fred Hartley Jr., the House labor committee reported out an omnibus bill which would hit organized labor almost as hard as some G.O.P. Congressmen had promised they would before election. Among other things, the House would bar the closed...

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