In re removal of W. A. Miller from the position of assistant foreman of the bindery in the Government Printing Office
President of the United States Civil Service Commission Procter summarizes the case of William A. Miller. Miller was dismissed from his position at the Government Printing Office after he was expelled from the International Brotherhood of Bookbinders. According to civil service regulations, expulsion from a union is not sufficient grounds for dismissal and Miller should be reassigned to his position.
In re removal of W. A. Miller from the position of assistant foreman of the bindery in the Government Printing Office.
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