For 60 years, this powerful conservative group has worked to crush labor
(Source: The Nation, July 5, 2018)
WASHINGTON, D.C. — In December 1953, a group of anti-labor business leaders gathered in Washington, DC, for the first in a series of secret meetings. The meetings were organized by a Southern paper-box manufacturer named Edwin S. Dillard, who was heir to the Old Dominion Box Company and had spent years fighting to keep his workforce from joining a union. The goal of the meetings: to find a way to crush the American labor movement.
Full story: The Nation
Tuesday, July 10, 2018
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