AMERICAN NOTES: A Touch of Class

Marxists in various corners of the globe−and possibly even some people in the U.S.−who think of the American workingman as downtrodden, etc., should have taken a look at Las Vegas last week. Even though the International Brotherhood of Teamsters is operating in the red and is raising dues for its 2.2 million members by at least 25% (to a minimum of $10 a month), the Teamsters held their 21st international convention last week far from any conceivable barricades, amid the gaudy luxuries of Las Vegas. No pikers even in hard times, the bosses pushed through a 25% pay...

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