The Press: Teaming Up on the Teamsters

Usually, when an editor says he got bombed last night, he means he had too much to drink. What Wesley Hills, 28, of Detroit's Teammate magazine meant was that a midnight explosion had ripped apart his tiny office.

That is quite an overwhelming reader response to a publication only two issues old—and one which reads as though it were put out by a bunch of truck drivers. Teammate, as it happens, is the monthly magazine of a bunch of truck drivers. In bareknuckle prose, it has been throwing straight jabs at the Teamsters Union hierarchy. The union officials, who are just filling...

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