AFL-CIO solidarity with other organizations
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History of the AFL-CIO in general
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- A letter to the AFL-CIO on NATO expansion
- George A. Meyers, in People's Weekly World, 28
March 1998. Letter to Jay Mazur, Mazur chair of the
International Affairs Committee of the AFL-CIO Executive
Council, criticizeing the resolution adopted at a recent
meeting of the AFL-CIO Executive Council expressing support
for the expansion of NATO.
- California AFL-CIO 1998 Resolution on Cuba
- By California Labor Federation AFL-CIO, at 22nd Convention, July
1998. All countries of the Western Hemisphere have diplomatic and
economic relations with Cuba. Hence the United States has no basis
in continuing its embargo against Cuba.
- Resolution in defense of the right to picket
and act in solidarity
- ILWU Resolution for California AFL-CIO Convention, July
1998. Struggles in support of the International Longshore
and Warehouse Union in the Neptune Jade situation are attacked
despite First Ammendment rights.