Interview with Jane Slaughter
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Born 1949, 54 at time of interview
Slaughter is a leading national writer, journalist, and educator. As co-director of Labor Notes, she is a leader of the radical wing of the U.S. labor movement from the 1970s to 2010s. Author of many books, including Choosing Sides: Unions and the Team Concept (with Mike Parker). Slaughter also acted as a consultant to Maine paper unions in 1988 and 1989.
National journalist, author & editor at Detroit based Labor Notes magazine and institute; union activist. Consultant to S. D. Warren union leaders in the late 1980s
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Labor Notes, radical labor movement periodical and training institute
U.S. labor relations, 1980s-200s, Paper Industry, S. D. Warren, Labor Unions - Maine, Labor Notes, labor reporter/author, labor radical
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Hillard, Michael G. PhD, "Interview with Jane Slaughter" (2003). S.D. Warren Company. 32.