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Statement by Daniel K. Frierson, chairman, Fiber, Fabric & Apparel Coalition for Trade (FFACT) and chairman and CEO, Dixie Yarns, Inc. (Chattanooga, TN) before the Senate Finance Committee, in support of the Textile, Apparel and Footwear Trade Act of 1990, June 7, 1990; statement by ILGWU president Jay Mazur before the Senate Finance Committee in support of the bill, June 7, 1990; fact sheet by ILGWU Research Department re the proposed legislation; statement by Mazur on U.S.-Mexico relations to the Subcommittee on Trade, House Ways & Means Committee, June 25, 1990; Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, "Joint Statement on U.S.-Mexico Free Trade Agreement (FTA)," June 11, 1990; statement by Mazur to the Senate Finance Committee, on the Caribbean Basin Economic Recovery Expansion Act, February 9, 1990; press release, "ILGWU Calls for Suspension of U.S. Funding to Promote Investment in Caribbean," September 30, 1992; statement by ILGWU research director Dr. Herman Starobin before the International Trade Commission, "The Economic Effects of a United States-Mexico Free Trade Agreement on the U.S. Apparel Industry," April 12, 1991; report by Economic Policy Institute, "Keeping Jobs in Fashion: Alternatives to the Euthanasia of the U.S. Apparel Industry," Nov. 11, 1989, and 7-page press release summarizing the report: "Report Says Government 'Sunset' Policy for Apparel Destroying Jobs for Women, Minorities, Immigrants and Hurting 'High-Tech' Economic Sectors," February 8, 1990, and text of remarks for AFL-CIO Executive Council by report author, February 1990; "Apparel, Trade, MFA and GATT Negotiations," May 9, 1990, prepared by ILGWU Research Department; FFACT fact sheets, lists of Congressional co-sponsors and industry supporters of Textile, Apparel and Footwear Trade Act of 1990, strategy handbook for lobbying campaign; list of plant closings and number of workers affected, 1989-90; statistical data on employment at textile, apparel, and knitting mills by state, 1973- 1989, prepared by ILGWU Research Dept. based on U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics figures; ILGWU internal memos to president Mazur re public relations strategy in support of trade bill, noting link between exporting jobs and rise of domestic sweatshops; newspaper clippings, some with handwritten notes between ILG staff Carl Proper and Henry Starobin. see also Economic Policy Institute