Albert Shanker: Not Out To Oust Kirkland
Aaron Bernstein reports that some labor leaders are dissatisfied with Lane Kirkland and would like to see someone else as president of the AFL-CIO ("Why Lane Kirkland looks like a lame duck," American News, Feb. 13). So what's new? As far back as I can remember--during the Meany and Kirkland years--there have always been such rumblings before election time. None of the critics ever gathered enough support to make a run.
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