Airline Dispute: Hearing, Eighty-ninth Congress, Second Session on Whether an Emergency Exists as Set Forth in Senate Joint Resolution 181
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1966 - Strikes and lockouts - 239 pages
Considers S.J. Res. 181, declaring that ongoing airline strike threatens national transportation services and requiring President to initiate measures to settle the strike. Includes "Report to the President by the Emergency Board No. 166," National Mediation Board Case No. A-7655, June 5, 1966 (p. 125-166). Continuation of hearings to review Congressional and Administration options under Railway Labor Act or Taft-Hartley Act to settle ongoing national airline labor strike.
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