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From the page: "The Eisenhower Republican Party vs. Today's Tea Party Republicans:
In 1956, the Republican Party boasted that under Eisenhower the Federal minimum wage has been raised for more than 2 million workers. Today, the Texas Republican Party wants to repeal the minimum wage."
In 1956, the Republican Party promised to "extend the protection of the Federal minimum wage laws to as many more
workers as is possible and practicable." Today, the lead Republican in
the Senate on labor issues wants to abolish the minimum wage.
In 1956, the Republican Party proudly stated that under Eisenhower "Social Security has been extended to an additional 10 million workers
and the benefits raised for 6 1/2 million." Today, the Texas Republican
Party wants to abolish Social Security.
In 1956, the Republican Party platform pledged that it would work to "assure equal pay for equal work regardless of Sex." Last year, every
Republican in the Senate voted against the Paycheck Fairness Act to
assure equal pay for equal work.
In 1956, the Republican Party boasted that under Eisenhower "the
protection of unemployment insurance has been brought to 4 million
additional workers." Today, the Republican Party wants to end
unemployment benefits for hundreds of thousands of Americans who have
lost their jobs through no fault of their own.
In 1956, the Republican Party was proud that under Eisenhower, "unions have grown in strength and responsibility, and have increased
their membership by 2 million." Today, Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham
said that abolishing the National Labor Relations Board, the federal
agency in charge of protecting the rights of workers, would be
In 1956, the Republican Party said "the protection of the right of
workers to organize into unions and to bargain collectively is the firm
and permanent policy of the Eisenhower Administration." Today,
Republican Governors and legislators have undermined collective
bargaining rights in Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio and other states.
In 1956, the Republican Party pledged to "maintain and continue the
vigorous administration of the Federal prevailing minimum wage law for
public supply contracts." Today, the Republican Party wants to repeal
prevailing wage laws and significantly cut the pay of millions of
In 1956, the Republican Party platform stated "Republican action
created the Department of Health, Education and Welfare as the first new
Federal department in 40 years." Today, the Texas Republican Party
wants to abolish the U.S. Department of Education.