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soviet union and china in the background. the former ally also of world war ii has become the foe. >> a viewer on twitter asked about the hot war. he asks -- this is roti davis. do you think that the war was used as leverage by the steel industry to get what they wanted? the korean war. >> was the war itself? i mean they certainly were producing at really high levels in no small part because of the war. you don't hear truman -- if anybody was going to make that argument, you would have heard truman make that argument. you don't see him say they're leveraging the war to price gouge, but they're using this showdown, the labor dispute to do so. let me say it is because of the war that labor thinks that management is making a lot of money, which in some ways is the impetus for the demand for higher wages. >> fat rick patrick is watching new york. hi, patrick, you're on. >> caller: hi. good evening. thank you for taking my call. i briefly want to refer quickly to karamatsu that was on last week and that justice scalia said something like this could happen again. let me fast forward to when r
is a problem you have got. all of these things he is trying to deal with. the soviet union and china and the background, and the cold war is just beginning. it is the former ally of the united states and world war ii and it becomes a foe. >> a viewer on twitter asks about the hot war. do you think the war was used as leverage by the steel industry to get what they wanted, the korean war? >> was the war itself? they were certainly producing a really high levels because of the war. we do not hear truman, if anyone was going to make that argument, you would have heard truman making that argument. you do not hear him say he is leveraging the war, but rather they are using this showdown, this labor dispute for doing so. thinks of the war labor management is making a lot of money, which brings the demand for higher wages. >> let's go to new york for patrick. >> good evening. thank you for taking my call. prefer --wanted to refer to a program that was on last week as justice leah -- justice scalia said something like this could happen again. let me fast forward to when ronald reagan replace
he's trying to deal with. >> he is creating a war with the soviet union. have soviet union and china in the background and the cold war is just beginning. it's the former ally. they've become the foe. this just beginning to be worked out. >> a view oern twitter asked about the pot war. he asked this. do you think the war was used as leverage by the steel industry to get what they wanted? >> they're certainly producing high levels because of the war. i don't hear truman, you would have heard truman making that argument. you don't see them saying they're leveraging the war but rather they're using this showdown this dispute, this labor zut as the excuse for doing so. >> patrick is watching us in new york. hi, patrick. you're on. >> good evening. thank you for taking my call. just briefly wanted to refer quickly to the other case on last week and justice scalia said that this -- something like this could happen again. let me remind when you ronald reagan took over the air traffic controllers with military controllers because they went on strike. the air traffic controllers i believe wer
i. and you've got the soviet union and china in the back grouped and the cold war is just beginning. it's the former ally of the united states and has become the faux. this is just now beginning to work out. >> a viewer on twitter asked about the hot war. do you think that the war was used as leverage by the steel industry to get what they wanted? the korean war? >> the war itself? we were certainly producing at really high revels because of the war. you don't hear truman. if anyone's going to hear truman you don't get that. the price down. and rather than you using this showdown, this dispute that's labor dispute. because of of the war that labor is sayinger management is making a lot of o money. of >> patrick is watching us from new york. hi, patrick. >> good evening. thank you for taking my call. i i just briefly want to refer to carol which on last week. and our justice scalia said that this -- something hike this could happen again. and let me just fast forward now to when ronald reagan replaced the air traffic controllers because they went went out on strike. i believe they we
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