To Work

Carter invokes Taft-Hartley, but the miners vow they won't obey it

"I pray for peace and justice and victory for the miners. Their struggle has been an extraordinary one that shows the rank and file's wisdom and strength. They have resisted all industry pressures. Miners know what they want and what they need. I'm sure they won't go back until they get what they need and deserve. God bless them."

That earnest prayer for the 165,000 striking coal miners was offered by Monsignor Charles Rice at a labor rally in Pittsburgh last week....

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