By David Stebenne
This e-book is the 1st biography ever written of Arthur J. Goldberg, the previous exertions attorney, Secretary of work lower than Kennedy, and ultimate courtroom justice (which submit he resigned on the request of Lyndon Johnson to turn into U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations), who performed a number one function in American political lifestyles from international struggle II till the top of the Sixties. Goldberg, who by no means wrote memoirs himself, shared his strategies approximately his existence and paintings with Stebenne in a chain of conversations, which came about sometimes from the autumn of 1981 via to Goldberg's dying in 1990. He additionally allowed Stebenne entry to his papers, together with these held below seal in presidential libraries and on the Library of Congress. established upon those specific assets and written to be available to a large viewers, Arthur J. Goldberg is either the tale of a number one American liberal and a heritage of recent American liberalism.
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During the deep recession that had followed, they had led the way in imposing wage reductions and layoffs. Large orders for steel to rearm America and meet the demands of European nations at war with Germany, however, shifted the balance of power once again in SWOC's favor. By February 1940 the American steel industry was operating at virtually full capacity, and that same month, SWOC won its first organizing victory in over two and a half years. SWOC's leaders saw their opportunity and seized it by inaugurating a new campaign to organize the industry holdouts.
S. Senate seat held by Republican C. Wayland Brooks, up for reelection in 1942. In July of the preceding year, Stevenson had written Goldberg urging him "not to forget that you have promised to let me know when you are in Washington. "21 The dizzying mountaintop —Goldberg's proposal that he ran for the Senate — Stevenson declined to attempt, possibly because he was preoccupied with marital problems and also unsure of his chances, especially after the Chicago Democratic bosses endorsed another candidate.
Apart from his family's presence, though, there was little that was festive about wartime Washington's atmosphere in Goldberg's opinion. "78 There was still plenty of it left for him to do. Donovan recognized that and, in one of his rare efforts to create administrative order, had formally constituted the labor operation as a special intelligence branch in December 1942, shortly after the Joint Chiefs of Staff had approved the OSS charter, which guaranteed the agency's continued existence at least through the war's end.