UNIONS: U.S.W. Brawls, U.A.W Harmony

UNIONS U.S.W. Brawla, U.A.W. Harmony

The leadership posts in major unions are among the most powerful positions in the U.S., coveted by a host of aspirants. But there is no one way to win them, as the diametrically opposed situations in two giant unions illustrate. The 1.4 million-member United Steelworkers is enmeshed in a mudslinging, red-baiting election campaign, while the United Auto Workers, also 1.4 million strong, last week effectively chose a new chief in an atmosphere of total harmony. Details:

Sadlowski v. McBride

Both are Steelworkers, and both are running for the presidency of the...

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