Labor: The Personal Touch

(See Cover) The telephone was busy. First came a call from a Midwest Governor with a warning that labor trouble was brewing in his state—and a request that the U.S. Government step into the situation. Behind his big desk in a massive office building on Washington's Constitution Avenue, Secretary of Labor Arthur J. Goldberg listened intently, scribbled down notes on a scratch pad, and then politely but firmly refused to intervene: "It's my belief that it will be a lot better in the long run if we do not move in at this...

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