LABOR: Nixon's Union Friend

Last month when George Meany and the AFL-CIO at its convention in Florida boomed approval of a resolution calling for President Nixon to resign or be impeached, White House officials pointed to press coverage of the event as an example of distorted reporting. Not all labor leaders had supported the resolution, complained the White House, and thus the reports that the AFL-CIO decision was unanimous were misleading. The Administration's example of a pro-Nixon labor leader: Paul Hall, president of the Seafarers' Union and member of the 35-man AFL-CIO executive council. It...

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