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Series V. AFL-CIO [series]:
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AFL-CIO
See also Legislative & Political; see also Health Care; see also Executive Council AFL-CIO Policy Resolutions, adopted October 1993 by the AFL-CIO Convention; Policy Resolutions, adopted November 1991; letter from Mazur to AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland re upcoming meeting with President Clinton re need for social clause in GATT, December 2, 1993; letter from Kirkland to Sen. George Mitchell opposing campaign finance reform bill, urging public funding, July 20, 1993; talking points for meeting with Hillary Clinton re health care reform; letter to Kirkland from William Wynn, president, United Food & Commercial Workers, calling for unity in lobbying President Clinton to change labor law, December 8, 1992; letter from Mazur to Kirkland re reasons for defeat of efforts to stop fast-track trade authority, need for greater unity among labor, May 28, 1991; 1991 Workers' Compensation and Unemployment Insurance under State Laws January 1, 1991, with cover letter to AFL-CIO affiliates and summary explanation

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AFL-CIO
See also Legislative Priorities Committee; see also Executive Council Letter from Building and Construction Trade Department, AFL-CIO, announcing effort to place mural by pro-labor painter Ralph Fasanella in Capitol, April 26, 1990; AFL-CIO Review the Issues, re issues of concern to workers (Apprentice training, excess executive pay, high-definition television, dislocated workers program, bargaining, May-June 1990; packet of newspaper clippings on 1990 Iraq war, with cover press release, "AFL-CIO President Lane Kirkland Statement on Iraq Crisis," August 22, 1990; statement of ALF-CIO on Social Security, endorsing Moynihan pay-as-you-go system, January 31, 1990

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AFL-CIO
see also Economic Research Department 1989-1993; see also Health Care Campaign; see also Executive Council Letter from ILGWU president Mazur urging AFL-CIO president Kirkland to establish a Work and Family Office to demonstrate commitment to child care, family medical leave, and related issues, June 13; letter from Kirkland rejecting the idea, July 20, 1989; letters to Kirkland from Mazur re attempts by Teamsters to organize employees of T.J. Maxx in Evansville, IN, with whom ILGWU had preexisting bargaining relationship, Feb. 1 and June 21; memos from AFL-CIO secretary-treasurer Thomas Donahue re effort by Air Line Pilots and International Association of Machinists to buy Eastern Airlines, May 1989; letter to American Express CEO disapproving of promotions for Eastern Airlines, May 12; convention schedule; report to the AFL-CIO Executive Council on the work of the Subcommittee on Perestroika, by Albert Shanker, chairman, AFL-CIO Committee on International Affairs, August 1989; Report of the Standing Committee on Safety and Occupational Health, August 1989; draft statements by the AFL-CIO Executive Council re Namibia, Peace and Democracy in Central America, and Workers and Communism, August 1989; statements adopted; material related to the AFL-CIO National Health Care Campaign: Health Care Committee meeting agenda, July 7, 1989; position papers, "What is the Health Care Campaign and Where Do You Fit In?" "Rising Health Care Costs: The Real Story," "Declining Access to Care: Only in America," "Waste and Inefficiency: The Facts on Quality of Care," "The AFL-CIO's Strategy for Health Care Reform"; report by Segal Advisors, "AFL-CIO General Fund: Review of Investment Program," August 1988; testimony of Lane Kirkland, President, AFL-CIO, before the Senate Finance Committee on Leveraged Buyouts, January 26, 1989; testimony of Thomas R. Donahue, Secretary-Treasurer, AFL-CIO, before the Subcommittee on Oversight, Committee on Ways and Means, U.S. House of Representatives, on the Utilization of Pension Plan Assets in Leveraged Buyouts and Related Transactions, April 27; white paper on trade policy from Industrial Union Department, April 20; nomination by Mazur of Dr. Ray Marshall to receive AFL-CIO Murray-Green-Meany Award, January 25; proposal to create an organizing institute within the AFL-CIO to recruit and train organizers; letter from Mazur to Kirkland asking that the AFL-CIO add La Mode de Golf, Los Angeles, CA, to its boycott list for illegal interference with organizing campaign, October 23

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AFL-CIO
See also Reproductive Issues Committee; see also Executive Council Memo and synopsis re 1990 Immigration Act; roster of AFL-CIO standing and ad hoc committees, with cover letter to Mazur from President Kirkland noting appreciation for service on committees, May 3, 1988; list of New York State AFL-CIO Executive Council members, c. 1988; radio scripts for "Union Yes" campaign, May 1988; summary of Gallup and Market Facts research indicating success of campaign, August 1988; summary report of Committee on the Evolution of Work, April 1988; copies of the Bulletin, Department of International Affairs, Jan.-Dec. 1988; agenda of AFL-CIO Reproductive Issues Committee, memo to Mazur from ILGWU vp Susan Cowell re divisions within the committee re legal abortion, talking points on issue for ALF-CIO Executive Council, resolution by ILGWU and remarks, 1990; recommendations of the Committee on Defense, with memo to Mazur, August 1987; "Numbers That Count: A Manual on Internal Organizing," June 1988

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AFL-CIO, budgets assessments, and membership totals
Budgets for activities; budgets and assessments for affiliated unions, showing membership totals of each union comparing annual or monthly increase or decrease

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AFL-CIO Constitution
AFL- CIO Constitution as amended at the 20th constitutional convention, October 4-7, 1993; constitution as amended at the 19th constitutional convention, November 11-14, 1991

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AFL-CIO Constitution Article XX and XXI (Internal disputes and organizing)
See also Organizing Institute Report of Executive Council re disposition of internal disputes (under Article XX) and organizing responsibilities procedure (Article XXI) for 1990, 1991, 1992, as of December 31, 1992; letter from Mazur to Kirkland re organizing jurisdiction dispute with International Longshoremen's Association (ILA) over representation for workers of Performance Team Freight Systems, Compton, CA, and Buyers Performance International, May 12, 1993; letter from Kirkland to Mazur and ILA president John Bowers re dispute, January 27, 1994; letter from Mazur re dispute with Teamsters (IBT) for Gel Spice, Bayonne, NJ, April 2, 1992

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AFL-CIO Convention, November 13-16
Notification to Mazur and other ILGWU officials of appointment to committees at the eighteenth constitutional convention; press release announcing convention; invitation to AFL-CIO Conference on International Affairs, to be held the day before the general convention; schedule of meetings of Executive Council during convention; talking points for Mazur at convention, re immigration, and related materials (status of DeConcini bill, employer sanctions); letters to Mazur from various union presidents announcing candidacy for position on AFL-CIO Executive Council, asking for support; drafts of resolutions submitted by ILGWU; draft of resolution on China, submitted by AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland, with cover letter to the Committee on China noting that members could make changes; memo to Mazur from ILGWU international relations director Michele Briones re plans for her activities at convention, meetings with Lech Walesa and other international labor leaders; letter to Mazur asking for redress by AFL-CIO Executive Council re dispute between International Association of Black Professional Fire Fighters and International Association of Fire Fighters; letters to Mazur from director of ILGWU Puerto Rico District Council and anonymous member re dispute; letters to Mazur from Howard Samuel re striker replacement issue, to be considered by IUD Legislative Committee before the convention

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AFL-CIO Convention-ILGWU Resolutions
Resolutions submitted for 1989 convention, developed by ILGWU vp Susan Cowell, re: textile and apparel imports, industrial homework, immigration reform, education (opposing English-only), child care, child labor, minimum wage, family and medical leave, OSHA reform, reproductive choice (abortion), South Africa (apartheid), China, international solidarity, developing countries debt, and Chile; fact sheet by Child Care Action Campaign; and "Child Labor," with article from AAFLI News

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AFL-CIO Convention, ILGWU Resolutions
Resolutions submitted for 1989 convention, re: associate membership, Central America, child care, Chile, health care for the elderly, immigration reform, industrial homework, labor in the schools, labor rights and international trade, minimum wage, occupational safety and health, offshore office work, opposition to English-only statutes, organizing, South Africa, support for CLUW's American Family Celebration, Support for Family and Medical Leave Act, textile and apparel imports, and unemployment insurance

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AFL-CIO Missouri Convention (Mazur speech)
Second draft of speech by Mazur re importance of 1990 elections

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AFL-CIO Regional Conferences
List of locations and ILGWU representatives; registration form with agenda

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AFL-CIO Executive Council
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AFL-CIO Executive Council correspondence and statements
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AFL-CIO Executive Council, correspondence and statements
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AFL-CIO Executive Council-February and May statements
Draft statements at meetings February and May; list of Executive Council members

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AFL-CIO Executive Council, correspondence and statements
Letter from the AFL-CIO NYC Central Labor Council to members re dispute over election of Tommy Van Arsdale as president, November 1994; press release from Union Label and Service Trades Department praising U.S Customs officials for prosecuting label-switchers (North Carolina companies sewing "Made in USA" label into imported goods), December 19, 1994; letter to Mazur from ALF-CIO president Lane Kirkland and Robert Georgine, president, Building and Construction Trades Department, re Fiberboard asbestos class-action case, September 21, 1994; letter to Mazur from Richard Trumka, chairman of the AFL-CIO Strategic Approaches Committee, re successful negotiation by Conference of Newspaper Unions for new agreement with San Francisco Chronicle and Examiner, November 21, 1994; remarks by AFL-CIO Secretary-Treasurer Tom Donahue at a Tribute to [Secretary of Labor] Robert Reich at the Work in America Institute, December 6, 1994; transcript of press conference by AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland re health care reform, efforts of opponents to kill it, need for universal coverage, August 9, 1994; letter from Kirkland to members of Commission on Entitlement and Tax Reform, criticizing proposals to cut Social Security benefits, issued as a press release, December 13, 1994; statement of David Silverman, director, AFL-CIO Task Force on Labor Law, before the Commission on the Future of Worker-Management Relations, with cover press release urging new form of worker representation but opposing company unions, August 10, 1994

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AFL-CIO Executive Council, August
Mazur talking points re policy on immigration, August 5; letter from Mazur to Kirkland proposing special Executive Council committee to coordinate organizing strategy in the U.S. and Latin America, August 4; Health Care Committee report; report of the standing Committee on Education; report on proposed new rapid arbitration rules; AFL-CIO Campaign update #144; report by the Committee on National Information Infrastructure; report by the Strategic Approaches Subcommittee; report on Basic Messages for Labor Day and Near-Term; summary on long-term communications planning; report to the IUD Executive Council re first contract survey; resolution of AFL-CIO Executive Council amendment to the AFL-CIO Staff Retirement Plan for Industrial Union Department Employees; AFL-CIO Positions on GATT Uruguay Round Implementing Bill; statements by Executive Council on: the congressional leadership's health care reform bills, federal technology policy, justice and dignity for immigrant workers and families, Rwanda, Uruguay Round implementing legislation; Labor Day statement and question-and-answer roundtable with reporters by Lane Kirkland; Labor Day statement by Thomas R. Donahue; printed booklet, Statements Adopted by the AFL-CIO Executive Council, February 21-24, 1994

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AFL-CIO Executive Council
Memo to Mazur from ILGWU research director Herman Starobin briefing him on status of trade policy in advance of meeting with majority leader Rep. Richard Gephardt re GATT, noting creation of World Trade Organization limiting U.S. sovereignty, position of U.S. Trade Representative Mickey Kantor, disregard of human rights and labor standards in trade agreements, February 7, 1994; draft letter to Mickey Kantor re shutdown of Leslie Fay, May 16, 1994; memo to Mazur from Starobin summarizing actions at meeting of AFL-CIO Subcommittee on Trade, with attached agenda re NAFTA, Uruguay Round of Multilateral Trade Negotiations, bilateral trade with Chile, Japan, and China, and resolutions calling for free elections in Mexico, February 9, 1994; statement of AFL-CIO Executive Council on those items, plus South Africa, Federal Reserve Board policy, Teamsters' strike to save full-time jobs, support for San Francisco newspaper unions, May 1994; outline of Strategic Approaches Subcommittee's San Francisco newspaper campaign; clipping from Journal of Commerce re opposition to labor standards for WTO, January 1994; list of union contributions to NAFTA campaign fund; report of the standing Committee on Safety and Occupational Health; letter to Mazur from George Stephanopoulos, senior advisor to the president for policy and strategy, thanking him for allowing him to address the Executive Council, February 24; notices of various committee meetings and receptions

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AFL-CIO Executive Council, February-May
Report for the Executive Council by the Employee Benefits Department, "Domestic and International Pension Issues"; report by the Pension Investment Committee; report of the standing Committee on Safety and Occupational Health re Workers' Memorial Day; third draft of 1993 Media Guide by Geto & deMilly listing topics of interest to reporters, with cover letter to Mazur asking for comments, February 10, 1993; personal and confidential memos to Mazur and ILGWU legislative director Evy Dubrow from ILGWU research director Herman Starobin re possible candidates for U.S. chief textile negotiator, February 8; memo to Mazur from Dubrow re Citizen Trade Campaign Grassroots Task Force, opposing NAFTA, January 13; memo to Mazur from ILGWU international relations director Michele Briones re Chinese refugee Lu Jinghua, February 8; memo to Mazur from director of AFL-CIO Department of Organization and Field Services re AFL-CIO Organizing Institute, February 11; memo to Mazur analyzing Secretary of Labor Robert Reich's new "free-trader's dream" book, The Work of Nations, February 11; memo to Mazur from ILGWU vp Susan Cowell re AFL-CIO health care position, February 12, with attached draft statement by AFL-CIO Executive Council re health care reform; draft statements re updating the Fair Labor Standards Act and the 30th anniversary of the Equal Pay Act

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AFL-CIO General Board Meeting
List of affiliated unions and membership counts for General Board meeting delegate qualification to 1991 convention; draft of proposed rules for AFL-CIO General Board meeting, including rule that endorsement of U.S. presidential candidate would be decided by roll-call vote, September 3, 1992; letter from Kirkland to Mazur inviting him to meeting, noting endorsement decision on agenda; credential certificate signed by Mazur

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AFL-CIO Executive Council, July-August
Meeting notices of various committees held during August meeting

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AFL-CIO Executive Council, February
Statements by Executive Council on: auto trade legislation, collapse of Soviet Union, economic conversion, El Salvador Peace Accords, Haiti, international trade negotiation, loan guarantees for Israel, negative campaigning, program for economic recovery, U.S. employer interference in Mexican law enforcement; report of the housing committee to the Executive Council; State and Local Central Bodies Committee report to the Executive Committee; report on cases filed under Article XX and XXI, December 31, 1991; letter to AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland from the Joint Trade Unions Research Development Centre, Jamaica, West Indies, noting concerns with the Uruguay Round negotiations of GATT, January 9, 1992; talking points (for Lane Kirkland?) re post-election strategy, November 5; Garin-Hart Strategic Research Group executive summary of key findings for the Democratic Study Center survey of likely voters; description of state-by-state term limit initiatives, February 14; draft, "Fashioning an Industrial Strategy for Garment Workers," by James Parrott and Carl Proper, May 4, 1992; memo re ILGWU-sponsored apparel technology demonstration center, February 27; related newspaper clipping re GIDC from Women's Wear Daily; press release from the American Textile Manufacturers Institute, "New Textile, Apparel Import Records Raise Industry Concerns," February 20; notice of public hearing on adult literacy in New York State; copies of AFL-CIO News

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AFL-CIO Executive Council, May
Statements of the Executive Council on: Article XX Protection for Independent Unions, the Balanced Budget Amendment, the President's "Beck" Orders (Executive Order re NLRB, union organizing), AFL-CIO retiree organizations, U.S. corporations and international worker rights, unemployment compensation, United Way of America; draft amendments to AFL-CIO constitution; report to the Executive Council by the Committee on Older and Retired Union Members; organizing report; press release re Roper poll re striker replacement ban, "Public Favors Workplace Fairness Bill by 72 Percent"; letter sent to members of Congress, supporting reauthorization of the language assistance provisions of the Voting Right Act

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AFL-CIO Executive Council, reports
See also Committee on Political Education (COPE) 1994 Outlook Report 1993-94, listing congressional and gubernatorial races, February 16-19, 1993; Executive Council Meeting COPE Report 1994; AFL-CIO Housing Investment Trust Report to Executive Council 2/92

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AFL-CIO Executive Council, July
See also Industrial Union Department (IUD) Legislative Committee Reports: "Overview of the Impact of the Collapse of the Executive Life Insurance Company," prepared by the Employee Benefits Department; survey on retiree groups; Labor Day statement by the U.S. Catholic Conference; report of standing committee on Safety and Occupational Health; report of ad hoc committee on the Harvard Trade Union Program; statements of the Executive Council on: reinforcing China's dictatorship, unemployment insurance, South Africa, meeting the needs of children, Yugoslavia; list of publishing scam operations targeting union locals; presidential process voluntary guidelines re endorsements; report by Mazur on Industrial Union Department's (IUD) Legislative Program, July 17; resolution on Workplace Fairness Bill, September 13

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AFL-CIO Executive Council, February
See also Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA) - Support Group 1990-1991 Report of the Organizing Institute; report/description of the Organization and Field Service Department; draft report on advisory committee meetings for Asian American support group; report of Committee on Asian/American Labor Support Group; Department of International Affairs Subcommittee on Perestroika Chairman's Report to the Executive Council of the AFL-CIO; resolutions of Industrial Union Department (IUD) for consideration by AFL-CIO Executive Council: "Protect U.S. Mainland Jobs," and "America's Choice: High Skills or Low Wages"; correspondence with Hotel Employees & Restaurant Employees (HERE) Union local 11; written testimony of the American Chiropractic Association in support of the AFL-CIO's campaign for health care reform; statements of Executive Council on: abuse of "Section 936" of the tax code, anti-recession programs, black Revolutionary War patriots memorial, the continued threat of corporate takeovers, foreign control of U.S. aviation industry, democratic transition in South Africa, George Many commemorative stamp, employee privacy, minimum wage, opposition to limiting terms of office, Operation Stateside (Red Cross program to support families of military personnel serving in Persian Gulf war), prison labor programs; printed booklet of statements adopted by the AFL-CIO Executive Council, February 1990

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Executive Council minutes from November 9, 13 and 14
Indexed by subject

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AFL-CIO Executive Council
See also AFL-CIO 1988- 1990 Draft statements by Executive Council re Social Security, Cuba, U.N. World Summit for Children, strikers' rights legislation, South Africa and free trade unionism, budget negotiations, campaign finance and the Senate, the Hatch Act, reproductive issues (with accompanying committee report), and report by Committee on Older and Retired Union Members, August 1990; Roper Report survey, May 17, 1990; information packet for Executive Council meeting of July 31-August 2, 1990, mostly re reproductive issues; personal and confidential letter from Mazur to Kirkland re fast-track trade negotiation authority under GATT, December 3, 1990; letter from Mazur to Kirkland re bringing attention to plight of workers in China, December 19, 1990; letter from Mazur re commemoration of first anniversary of Tiananmen Square massacre, May 29, 1990; letter from Mazur to Kirkland re creation of Asian American support group within AFL-CIO, April 17, 1990; letter from Mazur to Kirkland re Republican plan to gerrymander black and Hispanic voters out of traditionally Democratic congressional districts after census, October 9, 1990; draft report from the AFL-CIO Industrial Union Department (IUD) re lobbying and grass-roots campaign for legislation to amend the National Labor Relations Act (NLRB) re striker replacement, July 24, 1990

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AFL-CIO Executive Council
Presentation by Roper Organization, "Labor Makes a Comeback and Other Key Opinion Trends"; statement by the Executive Council on affirmative action, affordable housing for families and homeless, Burma, Central America, child labor, Chile, Eastern Airlines, industrial homework, Hungary's unions, international trade and investment, Korea, Malaysia, Maquiladora program in Mexico, minimum wage, negotiations in Poland, campaign finance reform, Histadrut and Israel, implementing the national affiliation fee, pension plan terminations, protecting the environment at Department of Energy nuclear facilities, the savings and loan failure, South Africa, tariffs, working families; reports by the Committee on Older and Retired Union Members, Committee on Occupational Safety and Health, Defense Committee re base closure, housing investment trust and building investment trust, cases filed under Article XX and XXI, organizing, Human Resources Development Institute, National Leadership Commission on Health Care; Open Response to Victor Reuther by executive officers of UAW accused of selling out to management, February 28, 1989

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AFL-CIO Executive Council-Israel
Statement by Dr. Rudolph Oswald, director Department of Economic research, AFL-CIO, on Workers' Rights Practices of GSP Beneficiary Countries before the GSP Subcommittee of the Trade Policy Staff Committee, objecting to investigation of labor-rights abuses by Israel, November 17 & 18, 1988; letter from AFL-CIO director of Department of International Affairs responding to letter from the president of the Arab-American Anti-Discrimination Committee concerning alleged workers' rights abuses by Israel, August 11, 1988; executive summary of testimony of the Jewish Labor Committee and the NJCRAC before the U.S. Trade Representative, February 29, 1989

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AFL-CIO Executive Council
See also AFL-CIO 1988-1990 Statement by the Executive Council on the national economy, February 18, 1986; draft statement on overriding the veto of the Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act, August 1986; letters from Mazur re health and safety, March 14, 1989; child care, February 9, 1989; Executive Council meeting agenda; draft statements by Executive Council re Eastern Airlines strike, march for Housing Now!, 25th anniversary of Civil Rights Act, minimum wage, Solidarnosc, May 1989; list of members and union affiliations of the Executive Council, 1989; "A Warning to the Congress and the President: America Needs Increased Public Investment, Now," signed by 306 American economists, headed by Jeff Faux, Economic Policy Institute

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AFL-CIO Executive Council reimbursement letter and forms
Routine reimbursement forms, mostly for Executive Council meeting-related expenses, and letter of explanation by Mazur re method of calculation

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AFL-CIO- African-American Labor Center
Division of AFL-CIO concerned with international trade union development in Africa. Report of 1988 activities to Board of Directors meeting, held November 21, 1989; AFL-CIO Statement on Sudan, July 26, 1989; memo to Mazur proposing allocation of supplemental administrative support by ILGWU to provide salary differential, October 26, 1989; letter to Mazur from executive director re 25th anniversary conference, September 14, 1989; Resolution on Lesotho by Executive Committee of the International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers Federation, October 27-19, 1991; letter from executive director asking for help in organizing a demonstration at the Embassy of Malawi in Washington, D.C., protesting the arrest of trade unionist Chakufwa Chihana, April 30, 1992; letter to Mazur from regional representative re ILGWU organizing efforts at Domsey Trading Corp. (Brooklyn, NY), noting decree in Kenya against the importation of used clothing, difficulty of identifying clothing from Domsey, July 26, 1990; letter to Mazur from acting executive director re South African Clothing & Textile Workers Union, with attached proposal to Agency for International Development for Zenzeleni Clothing and Employment Creation Project, January 29, 1991

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AFL-CIO- African-American Labor Center
Letters re leadership seminars for African trade unionists, 1987-88; letter from Mazur to the executive director of African-American Labor Center re assignment of a U.S. staff member at ITGWLF headquarters in Brussels, recommendation by ILGWU for appointment of Eric Bombart as research assistant to health & safety project approved at recent ITGLWF World Congress in Tokyo, description of duties, request for funds committed to project, December 12, 1988; routine correspondence

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AFL-CIO- American Institute for Free Labor Development
See also Committees - Cuba Committee; see also Committees - International Organizing and Solidarity Committee; see also under specific countries Division of AFL-CIO concerned with international trade union development in Latin America. Suggested draft of speech for Mazur, as chair of the AFL-CIO Committee for a Free Cuba, for luncheon honoring Mario Chanes, August 5, 1993; excerpts from a report describing labor's role in the 1989 Salvadoran elections by the International Human Rights Law Group, March 21, 1989; solicitation from Mazur to AIFLD for continued funding of the health and safety department of the International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers' Federation, with attached description of the program, November 21, 1989; letter from finance director of AIFLD to secretary treasurer of FITITVC, asking for an accounting to back up attached balance sheets, September 25, 1989; newsletter, AIFLD Report, fourth quarter 1991; fourth quarter 1990, with cover letter to ILGWU assistant president Gus Tyler from John Justin and including article by Tyler, "Farmers, Governments, and Market Economies"; memo to Mazur from ILGWU director of Organization & Field Services expressing concerns over proposed AIFLD "Free Zone Organizing Training Program," December 1, 1992; Report on the ICFTU/ORIT Mission to Haiti, April 1986; letter to Mazur re developments in Nicaragua, with attached newsletter of the Puebla Institute, testimony of Freedom House senior associate before the U.S. House Committee on Foreign Affairs, May 24, 1991; draft of news article re Mazur visit to Nicaragua, press transcripts of inauguration speech of Violeta Chamorro, May 2, 1990; packet of newspaper clippings re Cuba, 1994

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AFL-CIO- American Institute for Free Labor Development
See also Tunnel Vision Notice to Mazur of annual meeting of Board of Trustees, October 24, 1988; negative reviews of Tunnel Vision: Labor, the World Economy, and Central America (Dan Cantor and Juliet Shor), a book critical of the anti-communist stance of the AFL-CIO Department of International Affairs and U.S. trade unions generally; draft of letter for Mazur to U.S. Secretary of State George Schultz to terminate aid to Pinochet regime in Chile, August 18, 1986; itinerary for trip to Central America, with trip report by Western States AFL-CIO Delegation to Central America, July 15, 1985; letter from Mazur to the executive director of AIFLD re assignment of a U.S. staff member at ITGWLF headquarters in Brussels, recommendation by ILGWU for appointment of Eric Bombart as research assistant to health & safety project approved at recent ITGLWF World Congress in Tokyo, description of duties, request for funds committed to project, December 12, 1988; routine correspondence

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AFL-CIO- Asian-American Free Labor Institute
see also China Division of AFL-CIO concerned with international trade union development in Asia. Memo to members of AFL-CIO's China Committee announcing Tiananmen Square demonstration at the Capitol, with attached flyer, May 28, 1991; letter to ILGWU International Relations director Michele Briones thanking her for the presentation to TEKSIF Women's Symposium held in Istanbul, Turkey, December 4, 1990; agenda for the annual meeting of the AAFLI Board of Trustees, January 8, 1991, with minutes of the December 14, 1989, meeting and report of the executive director updating activities in Korea, Taiwan, Japan, Hong Kong, Philippines, Indonesia, Burma, Thailand, China, Malaysia, Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, Nepal, Australia, New Zealand, Lebanon, Cyprus, Turkey; memo to Mazur from Briones re AAFLI meeting with Tiananmen survivor and representative of the Workers Autonomous Federation, China, May 4, 1990; Report to the Board of Trustees, 1990, "Working with the International Labor Movement in Asia and the South Pacific"; letter from Mazur to AAFLD executive director asking for continued funding of health and safety program of the International Textile, Garment and Leather Workers' Federation, with attached description of program, November 21, 1989; AAFLI newsletter, re child exploitation, January-February 1989

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AFL-CIO- Asian-American Free Labor Institute (AAFLI)
White paper re role of trade unions and institution-building in the Philippines, April 15, 1986; correspondence re trip by ILGWU official Joe Danahy to TWARO West Asian Sub-Regional seminar to be held in Bombay, India, October 19 - November 6, 1987; correspondence re finances, repeated budget cuts, impact on AAFLI/TWARO union-to-union program, April 25, 1986 - May 13, 1988; letter to AAFLI from ILGWU International Relations assistant director Michele Briones re organizing potential in Pakistan, Malaysia, and the Philippines, TWARO program, November 6, 1986; letter to Mazur from AAFLI executive director re joint statement with Zensen (Japanese trade union organization) re Multi-Fiber Arrangement (MFA), January 7, 1988; letter from Mazur to the executive director of AAFLI re assignment of a U.S. staff member at ITGWLF headquarters in Brussels, recommendation by ILGWU to appoint Eric Bombart as research assistant to health & safety project approved at recent ITGLWF World Congress in Tokyo, description of duties, request for funds committed to project, December 12, 1988

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AFL-CIO- Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance (APALA) Convention
Division of AFL-CIO concerned with supporting Asian American union members. Letter to Mazur from AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland summarizing accomplishments of AFL-CIO's newest labor support group, APALA, asking for recommendation for ILGWU representative to Executive Board, April 28, 1993; call to 1993 convention; letter to Mazur from Kirkland re success of founding convention call for AFL-CIO's newest labor support group, APALA, April 22, 1992; press release re founding convention, issues discussed affecting Asian Americans, May 1, 1992; conference materials including speech by Mazur, list of delegates, May 1, 1992

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AFL-CIO-Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance Steering Committee
Confidential memo to Mazur from the manager of the ILGWU Pacific Northwest District Council and chair of the APALA Steering Committee, Katie Quan, expressing concern over disputes among members of the committee, particularly involving representatives from AFSCME, October 17, 1991; memo to Mazur from Quan re vote by Steering Committee on composition of Executive Board calling for ethnic, geographic, gender, and union diversity, November 8, 1991; memo to Mazur from Quan listing members of Steering Committee, November 5, 1991; minutes of the Steering Committee meeting, October 25-26; 1991; corrected minutes of the September 1-2, 1991, meeting; confidential letter to Mazur from the president of the Sheet Metal Workers' International Association, asking why a member of his union was not acceptable for appointment to the APALA Steering Committee, October 21, 1991; confidential memo to Mazur from Quan explaining allegations of exclusion by various unions, especially larger ones like AFSCME "throwing their weight around," October 30, 1991; memo to Mazur from Mike Gildea, of AFL-CIO Organization & Field Services, outlining history of decisions by APALA re composition of Steering Committee, October 31, 1991; detailed letter of explanation from Mazur to Sheet Metal Workers president, November 4, 1991; agenda and related materials for the first meeting of the Steering Committee, held June 21, 1991; remarks by Mazur at first meeting of interim steering committee, June 21, 1991; comparison of bylaws with other support groups (A. Philip Randolph Institute, Coalition of Labor Union Women, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement); letter to Mazur from the Asian Labor Committee of the New York City Central Labor Council, appealing rejection of member for Steering Committee, June 7, 1991; draft of letter to presidents of AFL-CIO unions over Mazur's signature announcing the formation of APALA, creation of interim steering committee of representatives from the unions, with editing by Mazur, May 3, 1991; letter to Mazur from United Steelworkers representative to Steering Committee, accepting position, May 11, 1991; letter to Mazur as chair of the AFL-CIO Task Force on an Asian Labor Support Group from members of the Asian American Federation of Union Members, asking that the search process for temporary staff support be opened up to all applicants and that the hiring decision rest with the Steering Committee, April 18, 1991; memo to Mazur from Katie Quan with attached resume from applicant for staff support position, April 16, 1991; nominations for Steering Committee to Mazur by the Asian Labor Committee, New York City Central Labor Council, March 27, 1991; letter to Mazur from the executive secretary-treasurer of the California Labor Federation, AFL-CIO, giving assurance of cooperation in forming an Asian Pacific American labor committee, March 22, 1991; memo to Mazur and Susan Cowell from Katie Quan listing nominees to the Steering Committee by the San Francisco ad hoc committee, March 11, 1991; Report to the Executive Council, Committee on Asian/American Labor Support Group, chairman: Jay Mazur, with statement of purpose, recommendations, statistical demographic projections for year 2000, cover letter to Quan, February 28, 1991; budget proposal for 1991; memo to Mazur from AFL-CIO's Mike Gildea re composition of Steering Committee, February 12, 1991; letter to Mazur from the president of the New York Hotel and Motel Trades Council recommending two members for the Steering Committee, January 22, 1991; memo to Mazur from Quan recommending selection of Steering Committee at the local level, financing, January 16, 1991; minutes of second meeting of Executive Council Committee on Asian Support Group, January 10, 1991; handwritten notes by Mazur; newspaper clippings

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AFL-CIO-Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance Support Group
See also AFL-CIO Executive Council 2/18/91 Proposal for a Nationwide Asian Pacific American Labor Organization, by the San Francisco Ad Hoc Committee, September 1990; list of Asian American leaders of Bay Area (San Francisco, CA) unions, September 1990; Asian Support Committee confidential memorandum of meeting with Mazur, July 12, 1990; draft budget; conference brochure and related materials; expense statement for San Francisco Chinatown Garment Workers Center; letter from Mazur to AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland updating him on the work of the Asian American Support Committee, with attached Preliminary Results, Survey of Asian American Union Membership, December 20, 1990; Los Angeles Newspaper Guild Resolution to Support a National Asian Pacific American Labor Committee, April 20, 1991, with cover letter to Mazur re anticipated resolutions from other unions, May 16, 1991; correspondence; newspaper clippings; handwritten notes by Mazur

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AFL-CIO-Civil Rights Department
Civil rights organizing project questionnaire, with cover letter to Mazur from Lenore Miller, chair of the AFL-CIO Civil Rights Committee, October 10, 1990; letter to Mazur re appointment to the AFL-CIO Civil Rights Committee, March 5, 1991

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AFL-CIO-Committees (standing)
Lists of standing committees and members, with cover letters to Mazur from AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland

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AFL-CIO-Committees (ad-hoc)
Lists of ad hoc committees and members, with cover letters to Mazur from AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland

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AFL-CIO-Committee on Political Education (COPE)
See also Legislative & Political; see also Executive Council Reports 1994 Memo from director Richard Walsh re midterm congressional elections, with attached draft of Congressional District Coordinator Manual analyzing approval ratings, voter turnout, other strategic indicators, August 10, 1994

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AFL-CIO-Committee on Political Education (COPE)
See also Legislative & Political 1992 Delegate Selection manual (for selecting delegates to the national party presidential nominating conventions); memo to Mazur from David Wells re presidential nominating convention delegate selection, with attached materials, October 29, 1991; memo re Civil Rights Act of 1991, April 12, 1991; COPE Report on Senate and Gubernatorial races around the country, February 1990; letter to Mazur from COPE requesting the services of David Wells in participating on COPE Committee on Reapportionment and Redistricting, with affirmative letter in reply, July 7-19, 1989; list of talking points to present to COPE (NY State Federation?) Advisory Council re trade legislation, approach to elected officials previously supported by labor, August 28, 1988; receipts for two $3,000 contributions from ILGWU Campaign Committee, March and April 1989

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AFL-CIO-Committee on Political Education (COPE)
Correspondence re New York State AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE) conference, July 17-21, 1985; list of NY state legislators, voting scores, and challengers, February 12, 1986; COPE Report, February 1986; remarks presented to the AFL-CIO COPE Operating Committee on behalf of Sen. Quentin N. Burdick (D.-N. Dakota), February 16, 1987; memo to Mazur with questions for presidential candidates re foreign trade, budget deficit, human needs, the political process; timetable for endorsement; text of video question for presidential candidates, 1987

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AFL-CIO-Community Services Program
Draft statement by AFL-CIO Executive Council on AFL-CIO Community Services Policy, including strike assistance, retaining, retiree programs, May 1990

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AFL-CIO-Cuba Committee
See also American Institute for Free Labor Development Draft of letter from Mazur to International Monetary Fund objecting to potential financial assistance to Cuba, February 6, 1995; confidential memo to Mazur from ILGWU director of international relations Michele Briones re meeting with Cuban expatriates in Florida re concerns about AFL-CIO American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD); personal and confidential memo to Mazur from Jesse Friedman re role of labor in Cuba, May 6, 1994; U.S. State Department paper, "Cuba: Significant Human Rights Developments of 1994-1993 in Reverse Chronological Order," with biographies of political prisoners, August 5, 1994, biographies of Cuban permanent representative to the U.N. and minister of foreign affairs, faxed October 3, 1994; letters to Mazur from Bill Doherty, executive director of AIFLD, re ICFTU delegation to Cuba, February 16, 1994, and December 14, 1993, with letter to Castro (Spanish and English) from Enzo Friso, secretary general of ICFTU, requesting permission to send delegation, October 13, 1993; remarks of Mario Chanes de Armas to the AFL-CIO Executive Council Accepting the George Meany Human Rights Award, August 10, 1994; draft of article by Henry Raymont, former New York Times correspondent in Latin America, n.d.; Human Rights Watch Americas, "Cuba: Stifling Dissent in the Midst of Crisis," February 1994; Submitted Statement of Jay, Mazur, Vice-President, AFL-CIO, to the Committee of Ways and Means, Subcommittee on Select Revenue Measures, the Free Trade with Cuba Act, March 18, 1994; agenda and related materials for April 8, 1994, meeting of AFL-CIO Labor Committee for a Free Cuba, with talking points for Mazur and biographies of Cuban expatriates, including Fidel Castro's daughter Alina Fernandez Revuelta; letter from Rep. Ieana Ros-Lehtinen (Florida) to AFL-CIO American Institute for Free Labor Development, praising AFL-CIO position against lifting the embargo, with attached press release, "Human Rights Complaints Should Not Ignore Cuba," March 14, 1994; packets of newspaper clippings distributed to committee members by AIFLD

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AFL-CIO-Cuba Committee
Description of committee, established August 1, 1990; speech by Mazur accepting appointment to chair AFL-CIO Labor Committee for a Free China; memo from Elvie Franqui to Mazur congratulating him on his appointment as chair of the Cuba committee, warning of potential conflicts with AFL-CIO American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD), alliances with anti-worker business interests in Florida, September 15, 1993; memo listing members of the Cuba committee, August 16, 1993; letter from SEIU president John Sweeney to Mazur as chair of the Cuba committee, inviting him to speak to union's Committee on International Affairs; description of activities of the AFL-CIO Cuba Project, March 25, 1993; Cuba Update, description of activities of the committee, July/August 1993; other Cuba committee reports, 1992 and 1993; Unidad newsletters in Spanish and English by the Cuban Telephone Workers Federation in Exile (Federacion de Trabajadores Telefonicas de Cuba en el Exilio), September/October 1993; Report of the AFL-CIO Labor Committee for a Free Cuba to the AFL-CIO Executive Council, February 1991 and August 1992; "The Cuban Democracy Act: One Year Later," statement of Alexander F. Watson, Assistant Secretary of State for Inter-American Affairs, before the Committee on Foreign Relations, House of Representatives, November 18, 1993; excerpt from the International Labour Conference 80th Session, Geneva, re forced labor in Cuba, June 1993; draft AFL-CIO Statement on Cuba, faxed to Mazur for his approval, September 3, 1993; statement by President Clinton re former Cuban political prisoner, on AFL-CIO letterhead, August 6, 1993; press release, AFL-CIO News, "Stand Worth 30 Years of His Life, Says Ex-Political Prisoner," August 9, 1993; synopsis of Radio Marti (Office of Cuba Broadcasting, U.S. Information Agency) 1993 Solidarity Day programming, addressed to AFL-CIO American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD) executive director William Doherty, September 22, 1993; letter to AIFLD from Republican Florida commissioner Pedro Reboredo praising support by labor, November 15, 1993; Bulletin of the Department of International Affairs, AFL-CIO, July-August 1993; newspaper clippings; copy of Time with cover story, "Castro's Cuba: The End of the Dream," December 6, 1993; handwritten notes by Mazur

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AFL-CIO-Defense Committee
Committee on Defense Report to the Executive Council of the AFL-CIO, February 1991 and February 1990; packets of articles re national security and defense policy, including a special report of the North Atlantic Assembly, "NATO in the 1990s," with cover letters to Mazur from Tom Kahn, AFL-CIO director of Department of International Affairs, March 22, 1989, and January 19, 1990

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AFL-CIO-Disabilities, President's Committee on Employment of People with-Labor Committee
Letter to Mazur from director of Employee Benefits Department suggesting he appoint a representative to Labor Committee, which assists union programs for workers with disabilities

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AFL-CIO-Economic Research Department
See also Trade Subcommittee Report, "Unions and Changing Technology," September 1993; report, "Multinational Corporations: An Analysis by the AFL-CIO Economic Research Department," August 1989; chartbook, "Recession 1991: Ease the Pain...Create Jobs," February 1991

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AFL-CIO-Education Committee
Activity report

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AFL-CIO-Health Care Committee, December 16
Outline of December 16, 1993, meeting agenda; progress report, AFL-CIO Health Care Reform Task Force Campaign Update, December 16, 1993; memo to Mazur from ILGWU vp Susan Cowell re Campaign for Health Security, coalition of unions supporting single-payer system, November 28, 1993; memo to Mazur from Cowell re status of single payer vs. Clinton health plan proposal, December 11, 1993; confidential memo to Mazur from Cowell re upcoming meeting of union presidents, strategy to maintain progressive coalition, need to keep Clinton from moving right, December 14, 1993; related memos to Mazur from Cowell; memo from Mazur to committee members re future strategy, need to maintain greater independence from Clinton White House and Democratic National Committee in wake of NAFTA vote, December 1, 1993; memo from Mazur to AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland re AFL-CIO health care strategy, December 7, 1993; comparison of Clinton and other proposals; newspaper clippings; handwritten notes by Mazur

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AFL-CIO-Health Care Committee, September 21
Meeting agenda, September 21, 1993; memos from Mazur to AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland and ACTWU president Jack Sheinkman re Clinton health care plan, September 13, 1993; memo to Mazur from ILGWU vp Susan Cowell re Clinton health care plan, September 12, 1993; fact sheet, Concerns with Clinton Plan: Protection for Workers and the Unemployed, September 12, 1993; Highlights of President Clinton's Health Care Proposal: Structure; Taft-Hartley, Multiemployer Health and Welfare Plans under the Clinton Health Reform Proposal; Single Payer Response to the Clinton Health Plan; comparison of benefits and cost-sharing under various health plans; handwritten notes by Mazur

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AFL-CIO-Health Care Committee
Report of meeting with Clinton transition health policy director, December 8, 1992; testimony of Lane Kirkland, president, AFL-CIO, before the Senate Finance Committee on National Health Care Reform, April 9, 1991, with cover press release; letter to Kirkland from the presidents of several unions, including Mazur, expressing concern that position of AFL-CIO had been misrepresented to U.S. senators, calling for meeting, August 9, 1991, with response from Kirkland, setting meeting; press release, "Kirkland Calls State of Health Care Deplorable; Urges Fundamental Reform," with attached statement at press conference, January 29, 1991; Materials for Core Benefit Package Discussion, AFL-CIO Health Care Committee, January 31, 1992; statement of Senator Edward M. Kennedy at the AFL-CIO Press Conference on Health Acre, January 29, 1991

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AFL-CIO-Health Care Committee
National Health Spending under Alternative Universal Access Proposals, prepared for the AFL-CIO and Lewin/ICF, a division of Health and Sciences International, October 26, 1990; graphs comparing Canadian model and current system; related correspondence; handwritten notes by Mazur

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AFL-CIO-Health Care Committee
Report, "Background on Major Healthcare Reform Options"

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AFL-CIO-Health Care Model Plan
Memos to Mazur from ILGWU vp Susan Cowell discussing strategy for the AFL-CIO's adopting an ideal model for a health care system against which legislative proposals can be judged, July 30, 1990, and January 20, 1991; outline, "AFL-CIO Health Care Model," describing deficiencies of AFL-CIO limited-payer plan; "Key Points in Support of a Single Payor Plan"; longer position paper, "American Single Payor National Health Care Plan"; letter from Massachusetts Building Trades Council to president of AFL-CIO Building and Construction Trades Department describing rise in health care costs, need to take it off the table as a bargaining point by enacting a single-payer health care system, January 28, 1991; list of members of AFL-CIO Executive Council, affiliations, and addresses; list of Executive Council members by likely preference for single-payer plan

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AFL-CIO-Health Care Reform-Training Program Manual
AFL-CIO Health Care Task Force "Health Care Reform Training Program Manual," with cover letter to Mazur, January 28, 1994

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AFL-CIO-Health Care, New York State
Resignation from Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield Board of Directors by Ed Cleary, president, New York State AFL-CIO, in protest of firing of 29 cafeteria workers (members of N.Y. Hotel-Motel Trades Council, AFL-CIO) and replacement with nonunion workers, February 14, 1993; letter from Empire board member Harold Wolchok, executive assistant to the president of Local 144, Hotel, Hospital, Nursing Home & Allied Services Union, suspending participation on board over firing, February 15; letter to Mazur from Cleary re national AFL-CIO Health Care Grassroots Campaign, asking for participation by ILGWU re Health Security Act, February 10, 1994

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AFL-CIO-Health Care Campaign
AFSCME (American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees) Memo re Campaign for Health Security, summarizing meeting between several unions and public-interest groups, February 16, 1994, with attached summary of congressional campaign, draft of leaflet opposing substitute legislation (Cooper-Breaux and Chaffee-Thomas), February 17, 1994; AFL-CIO Campaign Update #95, discussing findings of Congressional Budget Office analysis of Clinton health plan proposal, February 17, 1994; AFL-CIO Health Care Campaign Report, re lobbying and grassroots efforts, February 22, 1994; memo (on stationery of Sen. Paul Wellstone, D-Minn.) notifying health care advocates of press conference with eight senators, June 29, 1994, with attached fax cover note to Mazur from AFL-CIO

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AFL-CIO-Health Care Campaign
See also AFL-CIO 1989 Agenda and background materials, including questions asked of witnesses, for AFL-CIO Health Care Hearings, October 17, 1990; letters from AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland to ILGWU president Jay Mazur re hearings and related events, August 1990; list of regional hearings and rallies; AFL-CIO booklet, A Comparison of International Health Care Systems, 1992; summary of pending legislation, Health Care Choice Act of 1992 (H.R. 5514) and Health Care Cost Containment and Reform Act of 1992 (H.R. 5502); letter from ILGWU Benefit Funds Department director Theodore Bernstein discussing drawbacks of New Jersey Health Care Plan, stating union's position re need for national approach, October 10, 1990; "invoice" to be sent to Pres. Bush protesting piecemeal approach to health care reform; newspaper clippings from AFL-CIO News re hearings, 1990; handwritten notes by Mazur

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AFL-CIO-Housing Now!
Materials related to march on Washington, D.C., October 7, 1989

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AFL-CIO-Immigration Committee
Memo to Mazur from ILGWU officer Muzaffar Chishti re proposed AFL-CIO statement on immigration, with copy of previous year's (1993), August 1, 1994; draft of AFL-CIO Executive Council statement, August 1994; draft talking points by Mazur to AFL-CIO Executive Council meeting re statement on immigration, August 5, 1994

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AFL-CIO-Immigration Committee
Memo to Mazur from ILGWU officer Muzaffar Chishti re creation of AFL-CIO Committee on Immigration, focus on employer sanctions, August 30, 1993; memo to Mazur from Chishti recommending that he express opposition to employer sanctions, with talking points to immigration committee chair Bill Wynn, September 17; 1993; memo to Mazur from Chishti re talking points for meeting with NY Governor Mario Cuomo re immigration, with attached article by Cuomo from USA Today, July 27, 1993; Mazur Remarks to AFL-CIO Convention, 1993, re repel of employer sanctions; letter from AFL-CIO Department of Economic Research to INS, commenting on proposed rule, noting support for employer sanctions, June 23, 1993; Statement by Ralph F. Jimenez, president, Labor Council for Latin American Advancement to AFL-CIO Executive Council Committee on Immigration, urging repeal of employer sanctions, September 21, 1993; APALA (Asian Pacific American Labor Alliance, AFL-CIO) Resolution from August 1993 convention, "Fair Immigration Policy"; Report of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, February 1992: "Civil Rights Issues Facing Asian Americans in the 1990s: Discrimination Caused by the Immigration and Reform and Control Act"; article by Mazur in Washington Post re Clinton's support for NAFTA, "Not Yet Lemonade," August 24, 1993; article in New York Times, "Study Sees Illegal Aliens in New Light," September 2, 1993, with cover letters from Mazur to AFL-CIO immigration committee chair Bill Wynn, and from Wynn to rest of committee; article re California, "A Welcome for Immigrants Turns to Resentment," New York Times, August 25, 1993; other newspaper clippings, many with cover memos to Mazur

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AFL-CIO-Immigration Committee, resolutions
Compilation of AFL-CIO immigration resolutions from 1957 to 1990, reviewed on August 30, 1993; draft report of AFL-CIO Executive Council Immigration Committee, October 2, 1993, referring to August 30 meeting, with attached resolutions referred to AFL-CIO Executive Council, by ILGWU, "Rights of Immigrant Workers," and by ACTWU, "Immigration Policy," 1991

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AFL-CIO-Industrial Union Department
Press release announcing appointment of Joe Uehlein to direct IUD Organizing Department, August 1, 1994; memo to IUD Executive Council re assessment and financial report for lobbying campaign for defeated Workplace Fairness Bill, August 3, 1994; summary meeting report, IUD Coordinated Bargaining Subcommittee Meeting, September 28, 1994; call to IUD Executive Council for National Conference on Organizing, Workplace Rights and Building Our Union, October 6, 1994

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AFL-CIO-Industrial Union Department (IUD)
Memos and statements re trade; memo from Mazur to Lane Kirkland re post-election strategy, problems with Clinton, need to bring unfocussed anger of Perot constituency into strategic coalition, November 5, 1992

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AFL-CIO-Industrial Union Department (IUD)
See also AFL-CIO Executive Council 7/91 IUD Guide to the 101st Congress United States House of Representatives, listing members, their district, and their party affiliation; Senate and House worksheets as of February 25/26, 1991, listing members, party affiliation; letter to Mazur from Elmer Chatak re Chatak's bid for presidency of IUD, with attached resume, September 24, 1992; IUD Legislative Report; memo to Mazur re 103rd Congress legislative agenda, November 4, 1992; agenda for IUD Committee on Organizing & Labor Law, December 9, 1992; IUD Executive Council Resolution on protecting retiree pension and health benefits, September 13, 1991; resolution on the Workplace Fairness Bill, September 13, 1991; reports, "Justice for Women Workers: Achieving the American Dream," Women's Leadership Committee for Workplace Fairness, September 1991; "Recruitment: Two International Experiences," TUC Seminar; "Strikers' Rights Project," Economic Policy Institute; 1991 Labor Day Statement by Howard Samuel, president of the IUD

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AFL-CIO-Industrial Union Department, case studies
Memo to IUD Executive Council detailing four confidential case studies of union victories: UMWA at Pittston, UAW at Colt Firearms, CWA and IBEW at NYNEX, and OCAW at BASF, February 13, 1991

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AFL-CIO-Industrial Union Department (IUD)
AFL-CIO legislative fact sheet re Hatch Act reform, February 15, 1989; newsletter, The Paperworker (UPIU), January 1989; IUD legislative priorities 1989; fact sheet on concentration of newspaper ownership; code of conduct for foreign employers in the United States, March 22, 1989; field strategy and outline of video re striker replacement, April 30, 1990

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AFL-CIO-Industrial Union Department (IUD)
Financial statements; correspondence with members of Congress re trade, 1985; manual for coordinated campaign, 1985

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AFL-CIO-IUD Executive Council
List of committees and members, December 9, 1992; audited financial statements for 1991 and 1989, with cover letters noting excess income resulting from austerity program; statement on asbestos compensation, February 19, 1992; agenda of committees on trade and reindustrialization, September 18, 1991; draft letter to Securities and Exchange Commission urging revision of rules governing proxy shareholder voting, April 23, 1991; materials for Executive Council meeting of January 3-4, 1991, including reports and resolutions; Testimony of Ray Marshall before the Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources on America's Choice: High Skills of Low Wages, January 7, 1991; materials for Executive Council meeting of January 4-5, 1990, including reports and resolutions; summary of actions at Executive Council meeting of January 5, 1990; resolution to protect timber workers and their communities, related correspondence December 1990; resolution to protect U.S. mainland jobs, brought by the Oil, Chemical & Atomic Workers International Union, December 4, 1990; correspondence re striker replacement legislation, October-November 1990; reprint of article from Harvard Business Review, "Political Advantage: Japan's Campaign for America," September-October 1990; paper by the Economic Policy Institute, "Strikers' Rights Project," with cover letter from the IUD Legislative Committee, August 21, 1990; national opinion survey showing strong support for right to strike, by Penn + Schoen Associates, January 1990; signed ballot by Mazur approving assessment on affiliates to support campaign to outlaw permanent replacement of strikers, February 20, 1990 (incorrectly dated 1980)

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AFL-CIO-IUD-19th Constitutional Convention
Proceedings, November 11-13, 1992; memo from Mazur to AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland re post-election strategy after Clinton victory, November 5, 1992; post-election strategy talking points; memo from Mazur to Kirkland re NAFTA, August 20, 1992; memo to Mazur from ILGWU research director Herman Starobin re option on NAFTA for discussion at IUD meeting, November 5, 1992;

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AFL-CIO-Industrial Union Department (IUD) Convention
Speech by Mazur on child labor, November 16, 1988

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AFL-CIO-Industrial Union Department, publications
See also IUD (Industrial Union Department) Legislative Committee 1988-1993 "Workplace Rights: Democracy on the Job," "Assault on Workers' Rights: Case Studies," and "Insurmountable Obstacles: An international comparison of the path to Union recognition between the U.S. and the industrialized democracies"

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AFL-CIO-IUD-Health, Safety, Environment Committee
See also Speeches - Health and Safety in Organizing Conference 1989 Memo re precedent-setting proposal for genetic testing, April 26, 1993; recommendations of standing committee on improvements to OSHA, February 2, 1989; memos re health and safety issues in organizing campaigns, 1989; remarks by Mazur before the IUD Conference on Health and Safety in Organizing, March 16, 1989; conference agenda; correspondence

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IUD-Labor Law Conference
Speech by Mazur, "Labor Law: Restoring the Historic Balance," November 13

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AFL-CIO-IUD-Legislative Conference
Opening remarks by Mazur, March 24, 1993; conference agenda; newsletter, IUD Action, Winter 1993; drafts of statements on technology and on asbestos compensation, February 19, 1992; related correspondence

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AFL-CIO-IUD-Legislative Conference
Copy of public law, Competitiveness Policy Council Act; newsletter, IUD Digest, February 1992; speech by Mazur, February 26; related correspondence

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AFL-CIO-IUD-Legislative Conference
See also AFL-CIO Executive Council 7/91 Agenda; brochures, correspondence re theme, workplace fairness (legislation banning striker replacement)

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AFL-CIO-IUD-Legislative Conference
See also AFL-CIO Executive Council 1990 Agenda, reports, and correspondence re striker replacement legislation

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AFL-CIO-IUD-Legislative Conference
Agenda; draft outline of talking points (theme: Fight for a Better America); correspondence; 1988 Report on Congress, by AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland; reprint from AFL-CIO Federationist, "It's Time to Raise the Minimum Wage," by Mazur; fact sheets re industrial homework, child care; comparative study of U.S., Canadian, and British health-care systems, reprinted from Health Management Quarterly, first quarter 1989, with cover letter to Mazur; booklet, "Tips on Lobbying"

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AFL-CIO-IUD-Legislative Committee
See also AFL-CIO Executive Council 7/91 Proposed program 1989, by Jay Mazur, chairman; list of members of newly formed committee and affiliations, 1988; meeting agenda, November 15, 1988; report of the IUD Legislative Committee to the Executive Council, by Jay Mazur, chairman, March 22, 1989; Legislative Committee Report, January 5, 1990; report of IUD Committee on Legislation, by Jay Mazur, chairman, May 21, 1990; opening remarks and agenda, legislation committee, by Jay Mazur, chairman, September 6, 1990; agenda a meting and remarks by Mazur, August 30, 1991; minutes of first conference, September 15-17, 1991; Roper Report public opinion survey, April 15, 1991, with cover letter from AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland; summary of legislative activity re NAFTA and other issues, May 6, 1991, with attached brochures by the Religious Committee on Workplace Fairness, "Restoring the Balance: Toward Justice for Working People," and by the Economic Policy Institute, "Employee Rights in a Changing Economy; outline of activities re "Don't Fire Strikers" campaign; power structure analysis of Ravenswood Aluminum Corp. (RAC), West Va., May 7, 1991; memo to Mazur from ILGWU legislative director Evy Dubrow re Citizens Trade Watch, with attached joint statement by over 300 groups in opposition to fast track, August 30, 1991; draft of speech, "Justice for Women Workers: Achieving the American Dream," Committee for Workplace Fairness, August 1991; legislative report on NAFTA, workplace fairness, other issues, November 10, 1993; printed publications re legislative priorities, trade crisis, toxic crisis, 1985

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IUD-Technology Conference
Comments by Mazur on paper by Jeff Faux, director, Economic Policy Institute, "Government Policies: for High Performance Workplaces: What is Labor's Role?" at IUD conference, "New Technology: Workplace and Collective Bargaining Issues," January 30

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AFL-CIO International Affairs Department
See also International Affairs Committee; see also American Center for Labor Solidarity; see also Organizing and International Solidarity Sub-Committee (International Organizing and Solidarity Committee) Correspondence from Mazur to Lane Kirkland re Textile and Apparel Trade Act of 1987; report to Mazur by ILGWU international relations director Michele Briones re AFL-CIO International Affairs conference, with attached list of attendees and agenda, December 8, 1986; copy of the Bulletin of the Department of International Affairs, December 1988; copy of Federationist, January 1977, "Labor's Stake in the World Economy"

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AFL-CIO International Affairs Department
Report on president Lane Kirkland's visit to Poland and the USSR and delegation to the Second Miners Congress in the USSR, November 1990, "Across Frontiers: Spreading the Message of Free Trade Unionism," prepared by the AFL-CIO Department of International Affairs, with cover letter to Mazur; Report to the AFL-CIO Executive Council: AFL-CIO President Land Kirkland's Visit to Poland, Hungary, and Czechoslovakia: April 17 - May 2, 1990, prepared by the AFL-CIO Department of International Affairs, May 22, 1990

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AFL-CIO Foreign Policy
Brochures, "AFL-CIO's Foreign Policy" and "The AFL-CIO Abroad," with cover letter from AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland

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AFL-CIO Persian Gulf Conflict (Iraq)
Letter to Mazur re meetings by AFL-CIO Committee on Defense studying American policy in the Persian Gulf, January 16, 1991; "AFL-CIO President Lane Kirkland Statement on the American Response to the Iraq Crisis," August 22, 1990; resolution of Congress authorizing use of military force against Iraq, from Washington Post, January 13, 1991; transcript of press conference by President G.H.W. Bush on U.S. military incursion into the Gulf, November 30, 1990; reprint from December 10, 1990, U.S. Department of State Dispatch, statement of Secretary Baker before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, "America's Strategy in the Persian Gulf Crisis"; excerpts from other White House press conferences; white paper, "The Military Option: The Conduct and Consequences of War in the Persian Gulf," by Rep. Lee Aspin, chairman, Committee on Armed Services, U.S. House of representatives, January 8, 1991; advertisement, "An Open Letter to President Bush: Let the Sanctions Work," signed by several union leaders, Washington Post, January 10, 1991; newspaper clippings

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AFL-CIO-Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
See also Speeches - LCLAA 2001 and 1988 "Hispanic arm" of AFL-CIO dedicated to encouraging voter registration, get-out-the-vote efforts, and other advocacy among Latino Americans. Political Action Program 1986, with cover memo to Mazur from ILGWU legislative affairs director Evelyn Dubrow; financial statements for years ended December 31, 1986 and 1985; "Hispanics in America: We Are the Future/Somos el Futuro," February 1987, with cover letter to Mazur; official calls for membership meeting and related materials, July 19, 1990, and June 1, 1988; AFL-CIO resolution on employer sanctions, c. 1990; personal letter to Mazur from national president re major campaign to inform resident aliens of the amnesty provisions of the recently enacted Immigration Reform and Control Act, requesting financial support, with attached budget for video proposal, January 7, 1987; correspondence re election of ILGWU members to Executive Board of LCLAA

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AFL-CIO Legislation Department
See also below; see also AFL-CIO Executive Council 1995 Packet of status report of major legislation

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AFL-CIO Legislative Action Committee Program
List of targeted congressional districts

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AFL-CIO Legislative Priorities Committee-Social Security
See also COPE (Committee on Political Education) Materials re Social Security tax cut proposal by Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan, requiring pay-as-you-go dedicated fund: article discussing details of proposal, U.S. News & World Report, January 29, 1990; comparison of tax rates under current system and Moynihan proposal; letter from Rep. Bill Gradison (R.-Ohio) against Moynihan proposal; handwritten notes by Mazur

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AFL-CIO-legislative and political
Urgent memos to Mazur from ILGWU Department of Organization and Field Services and report re Dunlop Commission "devastating" recommendations that would weaken the National Labor Relations Act (NLRB), meeting of AFL-CIO Executive Council Committee on Political Action, December 12-15, 1994; Status Report on Federal Legislation (Semi-Annual): Final Summary of the 103rd Congress, December 9, 1994, prepared by the AFL-CIO Department of Legislation; letter from Mazur to Sweeny expressing UNITE's concern over AFL-CIO support of Republican bill to allow compensatory time off in lieu of overtime pay under the Fair Labor Standards Act, December 5, 1995; letter from Mazur to UNITE general counsel Max Zimny re proposal, urging that low-income workers be excluded in any alternative bill proposed to Democrats; letter to Mazur from UNITE legislative director Evy Dubrow re status of bill, December 15, 1995; memo from Economic Policy Institute president Jeff Faux, "Rebuilding the Party, Step One: Taking Back the House," December 8, 1994; "104th Congress Grass Roots Legislative and Political Activities," May 1995

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AFL-CIO-legislative and political, redistricting
Memo from Mazur to Kirkland re Republican plans for gerrymandering after the 1990 census to siphon off and segregate black and Hispanic voters into discrete districts, leaving traditionally Democratic congressional districts vulnerable, October 9, 1990

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AFL-CIO-legislative and political information. Soror Miranda Askew-Brown (NY Upstate Coordinator) would like chapter rosters for the upcoming sorority year. Full Name Home Address Primary email Secondary email (if applicable) Primary phone contac
"Report on Congress," by Lane Kirkland: review of major legislation, anti-labor policies of Reagan administration

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AFL-CIO-legislative and political, Democracy at Work
Memo from Land Kirkland to presidential candidates re questionnaire, with cover letter to Political Work Committee, March 13, 1987; copy of questionnaires and answers from candidates; videotape transcripts of candidate responses, published by AFL-CIO and Labor Institute of Public Affairs, May 6, 1987

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AFL-CIO-New York State AFL-CIO
Printed booklet, "This Is the New York State AFL-CIO"; New York State AFL-CIO Committee on Political Education (COPE) New York City Poll, February 27-March 6; material for Executive Council meeting: executive summary of interim report by the New York State Organized Crime Task Force, "Corruption and Racketeering in the New York City Construction Industry," June 1987; "National Campaign Plan to Counter Union Corporate Strategy and Intimidation Tactics," presented to the Board of Directors of Associated Builders and Contractors, December 1, 1987; legislative memos in support of three labor bills re minimum wage, disability compensation, and unemployment insurance, May 27, 1988; minutes of the March 15, 1988, Executive Council meeting; newsletter, New York State AFL-CIO Unity, June 1988; Report on Union Busters (RUB) fact sheet, April-May 1988; letter from Mazur to New York State AFL-CIO president Ed Cleary re replacement for retiring ILGWU exec asst Wilbur Daniels on Unemployment Insurance Advisory Council, January 4, 1988; letter of resignation from Mazur to Cleary and letter of thanks to Mazur from Cleary for serving as vice president of the NYS AFL-CIO, November 2 and 28, 1988; 1988 New York State AFL-CIO Recommendations for Endorsements for congressional and state legislative office; letter to Mazur re new upstate Community Services substance abuse education and referral program, April 14, 1988; letters from Cleary to state legislators James Donovan and Jose Serrano thanking them for assistance in obtaining a labor representative to the New York State Board of Regents, nominating ILGWU vp Edgar Romney, March 1, 1988; letter from Cleary re plans to impose a voluntary assessment of one cent per member per month to fund a public relations television campaign, September 30, 1988; letter from Mazur to Cleary thanking him for support of successful boycott of Soho Manufacturing Company, September 20, 1988; drafts of letters from Mazur to be sent to congressmen who failed to support the Textile and Apparel Trade Act of 1987 and therefore failed to receive AFL-CIO endorsement, September 1, 1988; resolutions submitted by Mazur to the New York State AFL-CIO Twenty-Fifth Constitutional Convention, endorsing passage of the Textile and Apparel Trade Act of 1987 and withholding endorsement by AFL-CIO of any member of Congress not supporting the bill, August 22, 1988; letter from Mazur to Cleary suggesting creating a fund for radio public relations campaign, August 18, 1988; letter from Cleary to affiliates inviting them to a meeting to re-establish a video display terminal (VDT) coalition to push for relevant health and safety legislation, July 8, 1988; letter from Mazur and ACTWU president Jack Sheinkman urging withdrawal of support by New York State AFL-CIO for members of Congress who voted against Textile and Apparel Trade Act of 1987, July 5, 1988; agenda of Executive Council meeting of June 20, 1988; New York State AFL-CIO Community Service News, summarizing legislative and other labor-related activities, June 1988; letter from Mazur thanking Cleary for lobbying Sen. Daniel Patrick Moynihan in support of Textile and Apparel Trade Act of 1987, requesting copy of his response, April 14, 1988; letter from Cleary asking Executive Council members to vote their preferences for endorsement of candidates to fill NYS Assembly vacancies, February 12, 1988

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New York State AFL-CIO
Correspondence re Textile and Apparel Trade Act of 1987; recommendations for endorsements, U.S. Congress and NYS legislature, 1986; Argument to Withhold N.Y. State AFL-CIO Endorsement from Congressional Candidates Who Did Not Override the Reagan Veto of HR 1562; letter from Mazur to NYS AFL-CIO president Ed Cleary urging taking trade vote into account when considering endorsement of members of Congress, August 13, 1986; statement submitted by ILGWU to NYS AFL-CIO Convention re Textile and Apparel Trade Enforcement Act; list of members of NYS AFL-CIO Executive Council, 1986

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AFL-CIO-New York State AFL-CIO Industrial Division
Letter announcing creation of Industrial Division and its first annual conference; conference brochure, September 15,17, 1991; memos between Mazur, ILGWU exec asst James Parrott, and vp Gus Tyler re outline of speech, "Industrial Revitalization: the Key to New York's Prosperity," how NYS industrial policy echoed Reagan blanket tax-cut policy for business, June-August, 1991; letter thanking Mazur for giving the keynote address, October 10, 1991; industrial division meeting agenda, July 30, 1991

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AFL-CIO News, press releases
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AFL-CIO News, press releases
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AFL-CIO Organization and Field Services
See also Organizing Committee 1991; see also Organizing Committee, Los Angeles, Orange Counties 1995; see also International Organizing and Solidarity Committee Special Report by the Department of Organization and Field Services, February 1994

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AFL-CIO organization manual
Basic Organizing Manual, American Federation of Government Employees, April 23, 1973

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AFL-CIO Organizing Institute
See also Constitution - Articles XX and XXI Decision by impartial umpire re Homak Manufacturing Company, Chicago, Illinois, and representation dispute with International Union of Allied Novelty and Production Workers, ruling ILGWU in violation of AFL-CIO constitution, with cover letter to Mazur from AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland, November 17, 1992; letter to Mazur, February 1, 1993, describing the Organizing Institute, created by the AFL-CIO Executive Council in 1989; letter to Mazur from ILGWU Department of Organization and Field Services director Jeff Hermanson, commenting on Organizing Institute, February 11, 1993; description of the Organizing Institute's Task Force on Organizing, list of initial members; article by Organizing Institute executive director Richard Bensinger, "When a Democracy Isn't a Democracy: Organizing Unions under the National Labor Relations Act," c. 1992; organizing brochures and flyers; article in Dissent by Clinton speech writer David Kusnet, "The New Young Organizers: What Makes Them Run?" winter 1992; other newspaper clippings

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AFL-CIO Organizing Committee
See also Organization & Field Services Department 1994 Activity report

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AFL-CIO International Organizing and Solidarity Committee
Confidential memo from Mazur to AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland re Leslie Fay strike and ongoing organizing efforts in Dominican Republic, August 4, 1994; agenda of September 23, 1994, meeting and statement of purpose; draft minutes of September 23 meeting; memos re direction of organizing; memo re organizing activities in Honduras, August 13, 1994; agenda and materials related to December 15, 1994, meeting; handwritten notes by Mazur; draft of article by Mazur, "International Labor Solidarity in the Garment Industry," with cover letter to ILGWU international relations director Michele Briones from AFL-CIO American Institute for Free Labor Development (AIFLD), asking for Mazur's approval, October 5, 1992

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AFL-CIO Pension Fund
See also Conference for Union Pension Fund Trustees (Mazur speech) 1997 Draft, principles for AFL-CIO pension fund investments May 1990

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AFL-CIO-Donahue, Thomas R. (Secretary-Treasurer)
letter from Mazur to AFL-CIO secretary-treasurer Donahue re need to coordinate anti-NAFTA activities, December 18, 1992, with attached memo to president Lane Kirkland, August 20, 1992, and memo to Mazur from ILGWU research director Herman Starobin, January 5, 1993

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AFL-CIO-Kirkland vs. Executive Council
Letter from Mazur to directors of ILGWU in support of Lane Kirkland for reelection as president of the AFL-CIO, May 15, 1995; letter from Lane Kirkland to Arthur Coia, president Laborers' International Union, May 17, 1995, copied to other unions; list of refutations, "Charges Made against Lane Kirkland," developed by the American Federation of Teachers, May 22, 1995; letter to Coia from Morton Bahr, Communication Workers of America, in defense of Kirkland, May 15, 1995; press release, "Our Fight Is for the American Workers and Their Families: Majority of AFL-CIO Executive Council Members Fault Kirkland Opponents for Fight That Does Not Serve the Interests of Workers," May 11, 1995, with attached letter to the editor of the Washington Post signed by several Executive Committee members

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AFL-CIO Department for Professional Employees
Report by American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), "Fact versus Fiction: Debunking the American Legislative Exchange Council's Report Blaming Public Employees for Government's Fiscal Problems," with cover letter by Public Employee Department, 1992; list of affiliates of the Department for Professional Employees; memo to Mazur from ILGWU exec asst James Parrott recommending affiliating with DPE to help ILG's organizing of clerical workers in apparel-related firms, March 10, 1987; letter from Mazur requesting affiliation, April 21, 1987; affirmative reply from director, with attached constitution of department; memo from Mazur designating ILG representatives Irwin Solomon and Ann Hoffman to DPE Executive Board

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AFL-CIO, Reproductive Issues Committee
See also AFL-CIO 1988-1990 List of committee members; summary of mail received by AFL-CIO on reproductive issues, mostly urging neutrality, April 1990; example of letters received by AFL-CIO, compiled April 1990; Policy Position of Coalition of Labor Union Women, April 1990; examples of correspondence from other organizations (Planned Parenthood, Christian Life Commission of the Southern Baptist Convention, Archdiocese of Washington); examples of correspondence from Members of Congress; background information on abortion statistics and legal issues; adoption statistics; referred resolutions on abortion issues; current AFL-CIO policy on abortion; letters from national and international unions, citing divisiveness of issue; letters from AFL-CIO state federations; letters from AFL-CIO central bodies; United Food and Commercial Workers poll results on abortion; memo to Mazur from ILGWU vp Susan Cowell re meeting of the reproductive issues committee, status of ILGWU pro-choice resolution, with copy attached, April 9, 1990; possible compromise language in key areas; letter from Mazur endorsing "March for Women's Lives" in Washington, D.C., March 2, 1989; anti-abortion brochures, poster; press release, United States Catholic Conference, "Humanity of Unborn Child Being Forgotten in Post-Webster Debate, Say U.S. Catholic Bishops," August 9, 1989; fact sheet re March of Dimes funding policy, May 21, 1981; statement, "On 'The Utmost Respect for Life,'" released October 12, 1984, signed by 62 obstetrician-gynecologists; article, "Redefining Abortion Politics," First Things, March 1990; article, "Uncivil Liberties: A Descendant of Slaves Thinks about Abortion," Alan Keyes, Crisis, March 1990; article, "A World Without Roe: How Different Would It Be?" New Republic, February 20, 1989; article, "Beyond the Legal Right," Jason LaPerle, Washington Monthly, April 1989; Media Monitor, Center for Media and Public Affairs, "Roe v. Webster: Media Coverage of the Abortion Debate," October 1989; "Liberals and the Class War over Abortion," Commonweal, February 12, 1983; Connecticut Mutual Life Report on American Values in the '80s: The Impact of Belief, 1981; editorial, "A New Ethic for Medicine and Society," California Medicine, journal of the California Medical Association, Sept. 1970; newspaper clippings

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AFL-CIO, Older and Retired Union Members Committee
See also Committee on Political Education (COPE); see also Retiree Organizations 1992 Correspondence re retiree services programs, Florida Project, efforts to increase political involvement by retirees; Report to the AFL-CIO Executive Council by the committee, re Florida Project and other activities, February 20, 1991; Tampa Tribune newspaper clipping re Florida's political shift to Republican with influx of retirees, March 20, 1990, and cover memo

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AFL-CIO, retiree organizations
See also Older and Retired Union Members Committee "How to Organize AFL-CIO Retiree Clubs and Councils"; statement on policy of affiliation, February 1993

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AFL-CIO, Strategic Approaches Committee
Activity reports

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AFL-CIO, Safety and Occupational Health Committee
Activity reports; remarks by AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland at National Safety and Health Conference, September 14, 1992

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AFL-CIO-Trade Subcommittee
Statement of Purpose, Subcommittee on Trade, Executive Council Committee on Economic Policy; memo to Mazur from ILGWU research director Herman Starobin summarizing February 8, 1994, meeting of Subcommittee on Trade; memo to Mazur from Starobin discussing issues for upcoming August 4, 1992, meeting of subcommittee (NAFTA, GATT, MFA); personal and confidential memo to Mazur from Starobin with paragraph-by-paragraph critique of proposal by ACTWU's Ron Blackwell for alternative to NAFTA, July 24, 1992, and original proposal with handwritten comments by Starobin; memo to Mazur from Starobin re NAFTA, July 27, 1992; outline, Principal Details of the New Senate and House Textile/Apparel Bill; memo to Mazur from AFL-CIO president Lane Kirkland re campaign to defeat NAFTA, August 18, 1993; article by Mazur for AIFLD, "Will Free Traders Heed Buchanan's Blast?" (English and Spanish), March 15, 1996; "Another Look at the NAFTA Labor Accord," remarks to LLC conference workshop, Labor Law in the Era of Free Trade, May 16, 1996, with descriptive summary, "Worker Rights in U.S. International Trade and Investment Law"; press release, "Sierra Club, AFL-CIO Join Forces in Campaign to Defeat Proposed NAFTA," September 14, 1993; booklet prepared by AFL-CIO Economic Research Department, "Multinational Corporations," February 1995; report, "The Trade Picture, Year End 1994," prepared by AFL-CIO Economic Research Department, April 1995; handwritten notes by Mazur

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AFL-CIO, Labor Advisory Committee for Trade Negotiations and Trade Policy
AFL-CIO press release, "Labor Panel Protests Draft of GATT Treaty Changes," January 22, 1992, with attached six-page letter to U.S. Trade Representative Carla Hills from AFL-CIO secretary-treasurer Thomas Donahue, detailing problems with Uruguay Round of trade negotiations; statement/report of Labor Advisory Committee re Uruguay Round, with cover letter from Donahue to U.S. Trade Representative Mickey Cantor, January 12, 1994

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AFL-CIO Union Label and Service Trades Department
Brochure of union labels, "Hands That Build and Serve America," with cover letter to Mazur requesting confirmation or update of ILGWU label, April 6, 1992; constitution of Union Label and Service Trades Department, with cover letter to affiliated unions, March 9, 1992; publicity packet for Union Label Week, with suggested activities and sample editorial, proclamations, and clip-art, and cover letter, June 1988; announcement brochure and invitation to 59th convention of department, March 14, 1986; minutes of Union Label and Service Trades Department Executive Board, May 17, 1995