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November 09, 1986

I just saw Harry Bernstein's Sept. 3 column on the Administration's proposed lifting of the ban on industrial homework. I want to congratulate Bernstein on his knowledgeable and sensitive description of the real issues at stake here.

At a time when so many journalists confuse industrial homework with computer homework and treat the lifting of the ban as an issue of personal freedom rather than worker protection, his even-handed and clear portrayal of the reality of labor standards enforcement is welcome indeed.

JAY MAZUR

President

International Ladies'

Garment Workers' Union

New York

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