Letters, Nov. 2, 1959

The Steel Strike

Sir:

How long are we going to maintain the fiction that the steel strike is a strike against the steel companies? At one time strikes were largely against the owners, but now, at least the big strikes are against the general public.

STEPHEN J. BUTLER Aurora, Colo.

Sir:

We now find our progress limited and our security threatened by the unbridled greed of organized labor, against which our laws provide little or no protection.

Three crippling industry-wide strikes have been imposed on us by the steel, copper, and dock workers. Nearly all of us are workers, but we can recognize greed when we see...

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