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    • Black Women in the Labor Movement: Interviews with Clara Day & Johnnie Jackson 

      Unknown author (1988-04-01)
      [Excerpt] Labor unions, like all other institutions in our society, have participated in the racial and sexual discrimination which has made life so difficult for blacks and women. Yet black women are among the strongest ...
    • Historic U.A.W. Leader Speaks out for Retirees and Workers 

      Westfall, Marshall (Mike) (2007-08-11)
      Interview with Whitey Hale, the retired President of UAW Local 326 in Flint, Michigan.
    • Interview With Janet Saglio 

      Unknown author (1982-09-01)
      [Excerpt] Janet Saglio is head of the Business Department at the Industrial Cooperative Association (ICA) based in Somerville, Mass. The ICA works with union locals that are: a) considering an employee buy-out, or b) seeking ...
    • An Interview with John M. Abowd 

      Schmutte, Ian; Vilhuber, Lars (WIley, 2022-02-20)
      John M. Abowd is the Chief Scientist and Associate Director for Research and Methodology, U.S. Census Bureau. He completed his A.B. in Economics at NotreDame in 1973 and his Ph.D. in Economics at University of Chicago in ...
    • Jimmy Hoffa Interview, Cornell University ILR School, April 1975 

      Hoffa, James R.; Daniel, Cletus; Keeran, Roger R.; Morris, James O.; Risley, Robert F.; Julian, Robert R. (1975-04)
      James Riddle (Jimmy) Hoffa was interviewed at Cornell University’s ILR School in April 1975, only 3 months before he disappeared. Hoffa was on campus for a series of meetings and lectures and, according to Professor Cletus ...
    • The Hyatt-Clark ESOP: An Interview with Jim May, UAW Local 736 President 

      Unknown author (1985-04-01)
      [Excerpt] In August 1980 General Motors announced that it was closing its Hyatt Roller Bearing Plant in Clark, New Jersey The union leadership at United Autoworkers Local 736, which had a history of militancy and a ...
    • WARN and EDWAA: Use 'em or Lose 'em: An Interview with Greg LeRoy, Research Director, MCLR 

      Unknown author (1992-09-01)
      [Editor's Note] The Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification (WARN) Act is the federal law that requires companies with 100 or more workers to provide 60 days notice of a plant closing or mass layoff. It took effect ...