AFL-CIO. Internal Disputes Plan. Decisions of the Impartial Umpire, 1964-1976.

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AFL-CIO. Internal Disputes Plan. Decisions of the Impartial Umpire, 1964-1976.

AFL-CIO. Internal Disputes Plan. Decisions of the Impartial Umpire, 1964-1976.

This is a collection of decisions of the Impartial Umpire in AFL-CIO Internal Disputes.

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