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(Studio) President Carter's actions with regard to minimum wage bill and pulling United States out of International Labor Org. cited.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) Original minimum wage law of 1938, signed by Franklin D. Roosevelt, noted. Among those attending Carter's signing ceremony is AFL-CIO president George Meany. Details of bill listed. [CARTER - recalls fears with regard to 1st minimum wage law and those now; says bill good overall.] Carter's action with regard to ILO, contrary to State Department recommendations, noted; organization's condemnation of Israel, for racism, in 1974, cited. United States withdrawal from ILO had support of Meany and Labor Secretary Marshall. Details of ILO, which came from League of Ntns., and Marshall's remarks on its operation stated.
REPORTER: Bob Schieffer
- Mudd, Roger;
- Schieffer, Bob
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