LABOR: Fair Target

With some disapproving sniffs here & there, the Senate Labor Committee last week approved the men whom Harry Truman had picked to help administer the Taft-Hartley Act. For the two new $12,000-a-year jobs which the act set up on the expanded National Labor Relations Board, the President had nominated one New Deal Democrat and one Republican; for key job of general counsel he had named a quasi-Republican.

The committee unanimously approved the general counsel: Robert N. Denham. He will have full and independent powers to investigate violations, file complaints and prosecute offenders before the board. As such he will be...

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