Labor Pains: Of moles and the Mob

Of moles and the Mob

The International Brotherhood of Teamsters meets next week in Las Vegas, where many of the casinos have been financed in part by loans from the pension funds of the union's 2 million members. The principal duty of the delegates will be to elect interim President Roy L. Williams, 66, to a full five-year term, and some will do so without much enthusiasm. The new head of the Teamsters, which has had trouble with the Justice Department for 25 years, has been indicted three times—in 1962, 1972 and 1974—on federal charges of embezzlement and records falsification, but was...

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