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Kennedy denounces steel price hike

4y ago


President John F. Kennedy denounced the steel industry in 1962 for raising prices and contributing to inflation. His action came after his Secretary of Labor had helped obtain a modest union-management contract between the United Steelworkers and the big steel firms. The idea was that a modest wage deal would preclude a price hike on steel.