Lock 'N' Load At The Chamber Of CommerceMary Beth Regan
Labor Day, 1997. First day on the job for Thomas J. Donohue, new president of the staid U.S. Chamber of Commerce. So how will Donohue mark the occasion? Playing party crasher with a frontal assault on unions. "Only 10% of the private-sector workforce is unionized," he says. "We'll celebrate the millions of entrepreneurs who make this country one of the finest places to work."
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