Carbon Copy of a letter from H. V. McKay to W. M. Hughes, Prime Minister of Australia, 10 March 1922. H. V. McKay has thoughts over a recent conference and confirms his faith in collective bargaining. He says: "I do not agree with the basic wage for the Commonwealth. In other parts of the world it is a minimum wage for the minimum man and a maximum wage for the maximum man."

Part of the H. V. McKay Collection. which includes an extensive collection of business records and private papers relating the H.V. McKay and his enterprise.

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Two thin paper sheets with carbon copy inscription.

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