Some articles on union, union agreed, agreed:
... The League has accused the union of using its contract to secure featherbedding, a practice made illegal by the federal Taft-Hartley Act ... The union agreed to loosen the rule, but sought to keep a minimum number of stagehands at work each day ... The union agreed to discuss modifying the contract, but only if the League agreed to strengthen other parts of the contract ...
Famous quotes containing the words agreed and/or union:
“There is between sleep and us something like a pact, a treaty with no secret clauses, and according to this convention it is agreed that, far from being a dangerous, bewitching force, sleep will become domesticated and serve as an instrument of our power to act. We surrender to sleep, but in the way that the master entrusts himself to the slave who serves him.”
—Maurice Blanchot (b. 1907)
“The sacred obligation to the Union soldiers must notwill not be forgotten nor neglected.... But those who fought against the Nation cannot and do not look to it for relief.... Confederate soldiers and their descendants are to share with us and our descendants the destiny of America. Whatever, therefore, we their fellow citizens can do to remove burdens from their shoulders and to brighten their lives is surely in the pathway of humanity and patriotism.”
—Rutherford Birchard Hayes (18221893)