Two copy typescript letters from "Mr. J. Moran" to [William O'Brien] discussing the Trade Union Bill, 1941, informing him of the proposals contained in the Trade Union Bill presently before the Dáil and the purpose which the Government had in mind in introducing it, and discussing the reports of the Irish Trade Union Congress,
1941 Jul. 01
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|Main Creator:||O'Brien, William, 1881-1968|
Moran displays areas in the Trade Union Bill which were introduced specifically in order to remedy the "abuses" in the Irish Trade Union Movement.
Letter includes author's address "Connaught House / Ballsbridge".
Physical description: 1 item (30 pages).