LABOR: Stand on Principle

"I get nervous just sitting around," grumbled a striking steelworker in East Chicago, Ind. last week. "I wish I could grab the guys on both sides of that table and bang their heads together."

A few days later, the President of the U.S. all but fulfilled the steelworker's wish by summoning the top men on both sides of the steel strike to the White House for head-banging sessions. "I am getting sick and tired of the apparent impasse," Ike told his press conference, and "so are the American people."

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