THE CONGRESS: What Can We Do?

The Congress, pondering what to do about the strike problem, got all kinds of advice last week.

Dr. William M. Leiserson, Mediation Board veteran, now a Johns Hopkins professor, recommended a permanent national mediation board to sit with management and labor before future disputes reached the strike stage. ("But make no mistake—no legislation will be a cureall. . . . Leave this current crisis alone and it will solve itself—and soon.") Senator Harry F. Byrd advised his colleagues to pass a law forcing unions to incorporate, register with SEC, report their finances and...

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