TITLE

The General's Wages

PUB. DATE
September 1934
SOURCE
America;9/8/1934, Vol. 51 Issue 22, p506
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Editorial
ABSTRACT
The article focuses on the salary increase of U.S. Administrator Hugh Johnson. It notes that Johnson has been provided with a wage increase despite a period of universal wage cutting. It adds that following a complaint about how he cannot maintain himself on his wages, the government granted Johnson with a salary increase of 250% to $15,000. It mentions that the government appears to realize its purpose to raise the wages of its employees.
ACCESSION #
35016118

 

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