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Harry Truman’s Seizure of the Steel Industry

In 1950, all of the major steel manufacturers in the United States went on strike in response to a conflict with the federal Wage Stabilization Board over wage increases the board proposed. President Harry Truman, who saw the strike as a serious threat to American success in the Korean War, ordered a seizure of the production facilities.
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