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President Truman sought to support the power of unionized labor when he vetoed what bill?

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Ronald Miller on April 20, 2018

President Truman sought to support the power of unionized workforces when he vetoed the Taft-Hartley Act.Taft-Hartley act was also known as labor Management the Law of relationships. This Event was presented by Senator Robert A. Taft and Fred A. Hartley Junior. This act was actually opposed by the then President of the united States The states of the united states Harry S. Truman. This act was an act that was created with the purpose of restricting the activities and powers of labor unions in that time.


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