Organized Labor: Still Statist Thugs After All These YearsJim Karger
The Dollar Vigilante
Apr. 03, 2013
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After graduating law school, I began my practice with a firm in New Orleans in the late 1970s, and was soon sent to Puerto Rico, a hotbed of union activity. I got my first taste of fighting unions there, and learned they played for keeps when another labor lawyer was shot outside his hotel.