United States Board of Inquiry to report on Certain Labor Disputes Affecting the Maritime Industry of the United States, Oct. 1953.

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United States Board of Inquiry to report on Certain Labor Disputes Affecting the Maritime Industry of the United States, Oct. 1953.

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The Board of Inquiry was appointed by the President under Title 2 of the Labor Management Relations Act of 1947, because the Longshoremen in all East Coast ports had struck when the old contract expired on September 30, 1953 and terms of a new contract had not been agreed upon. The ILA final proposal asked for 10 cents an hour increase in wages, 3 cents per hour towards welfare benefits, a guarantee of an 8 hour day, and agreement in principle to a Permanent Arbitrator. The Association believed ...

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