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Why did President Truman veto the Taft-Hartley Act? He thought labor unions had too much power. He felt the act would damage workers' rights. He wanted to prevent workers from going on strike. He thought it was a good bill but too expensive.
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$H!T
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He thought labor unions had too much power.
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he felt the act would damage the workers rights
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