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C.I.O. counsel hits A.F. of L. criticism of National Labor Relations board. Washington, D.C., Lee Pressman, C.I.O. counsel, today took issue with the A.F.L. proposals to "safeguard" unions against NLRB "favorism" by providing that the Board's decisions shall not become effective until confirmed by the courts. Testifying before a Senate education and Labor Subcommittee, Pressman asserted that such an amendment to the Wagner Bill guaranteeing collective bargaining under Federal contracts, loans, or grants would eliminate the effectiveness of the board, 3/24/38

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