LABOR: Pretty Simple Life

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"This ain't my kind of place," growled Teamster Boss James Riddle Hoffa. His cold, hard eyes swept across the well-groomed grounds of the Greenbrier Hotel at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. He spat on the lawn. "We are paying the bill." he said, "but those intellectuals, those lawyers, picked out this place. This is their kind of place. They like to play golf and that stuff."

Jimmy Hoffa's top lawyers, 110 strong, were gathered at the stately Greenbrier last week for a three-day meeting "to figure out how we can live...

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