Texaco Was Just The Beginning

Expect more civil rights tangles with Corporate America

It was perhaps the first big aftershock of Texaco Inc.'s diversity debacle. On Dec. 2, Jesse Jackson led a clamorous protest outside R.R. Donnelley & Sons' Chicago headquarters, showing support for a suit brought by minority workers who were fired when Donnelley closed a printing operation. "We're willing to demonstrate and litigate," Jackson said.

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