President Franklin D. Roosevelt, the patron saint of the American labor movement, was a man of strong character. One has to look no further than the heroic way he coped with his crippling polio. For example, although he had a lock on labor's vote, he expressed caution about public sector unions. Here is a little-known letter he wrote to the president of the National Federation of Federal Employees in 1937.
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