PRESIDENT JOHN F. KENNEDY - AUTOGRAPH NOTE UNSIGNED - HFSID 182560
Sale Price $1,700.00
JOHN F. KENNEDY
Notes by Senator Kennedy c. 1953-1955 relating to labor unions.
Autograph Notes not signed, in pencil, 1p, 8x10½ lined paper. United States Senate, Washington, D.C., no date. In part: "1. Boycotts/1. Union to force self employed person/2. Force employer to change union/3. To force not to deal with an employer.../Some parts are good-/A. If for example, CIO - AFL exempt/B. Try to fire people not belonging to union/Priority...injunction..." Two labor unions, the American Federation of Labor and the Congress of Industrial Organizations merged in 1955 to form the AFL-CIO. Kennedy's notes suggest they were written before the merger. In the Senate he served on the Labor and Public Welfare and Government Operations Committees. Fine condition.
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