LABOR: Sparks of Courage

Around the tables in Seattle's posh 410 Restaurant sat some of the top men in the International Brotherhood of Teamsters, quietly talking strategy. At one table, the comments were mixed with uneasy hope and stifled distress. There sat two men who had dared to come out against arrogant, front-running Midwest Teamster Czar James Riddle Hoffa, who claimed that he would win the brotherhood's presidency at the quinquennial convention in Miami Beach, Fla. Sept. 30. Tom Hickey, longtime New York Teamster enemy of Hoffa, was one; the other was Tom Haggerty, secretary-treasurer of...

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