Letters: Apr. 20, 1970

By Return Mail

Sir: While I disagreed with your jaundiced view of strikes against the Government, I liked the positive approach of the article urging realistic pay scales, good working conditions and an adequate collective bargaining machinery for our postal employees [March 30].

You don't have to have compulsory arbitration. Why not negotiated voluntary arbitration with expiration dates? This way you have the desired arbitration, but you keep the right to strike intact.

An unfair-labor-practice code should be applied to Congress, for certainly tying the President's corporation plan to a pay raise was not...

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