US decides to rejoin world labor organization

The United States has decided to rejoin the International Labor Organization, which it quit in 1977 amid charges that it was too closely aligned with Soviet-bloc positions, the White House said Wednesday. President Carter's action follows recommendations by a Cabinet-level committee, including representatives of organized labor and private industry, which told him earlier this month that the organization had moderated its previous political stands.

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