Steel: Questions to debate

No other industry has had such strained relations with Washington as the steel industry. From the violent strikebreaking of the '30s to Harry Truman's short-lived take-over of the entire industry, from Estes Kefauver's investigations of pricing practices to John Kennedy's fiery outburst against the industry's leaders, steel and the Government have often been at odds. Both sides have mellowed a good deal of late, but they are far from becoming kissin' cousins. Last week the Government issued a report that raised the hackles of the industry and is sure to be a center of debate in the months ahead.


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