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CATHOLIC INDUSTRIALISTS WANT MINIMUM WAGE

ORFORD.

The conference of Catholic Industrialists, meeting in Oxford, October 3 to 5, unanimously accepted the justice of a claim to a basic minimum wage throughout industry sufficient to meet the human needs of a normal family. It unanimously rejected the view that this was economically impossible, and favoured the proposal that the changes, where necessary, should be effected over a definite period by suitable joint conciliation boards with the necessary statutory powers.




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