President John F. Kennedy denounced the steel industry in 1962 for raising prices and contributing to inflation. His action came after his Secretary of Labor had helped obtain a modest union-management contract between the United Steelworkers and the big steel firms. The idea was that a modest wage deal would preclude a price hike on steel.
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