Labor: Through a Glass Clearly

Nearing the end of its herculean first session, the 89th Congress has firmly set in place the foundations of the Great Society. It has adopted legislation that will affect nearly all Americans, but most immediately the poor, the elderly, the undereducated, those who are conspicuously deprived of political representation and economic opportunity. While thus proving itself the most liberal Congress in decades, the 89th has notably refused to act in one area that might have been expected to fit its pattern: it has not approved a single bill that would exclusively benefit...

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