UAW's Laskowski was a cool-headed problem solver

Woodyard, Michael
August 1999
Automotive News;8/16/1999, Vol. 73 Issue 5833, p42
Trade Publication
Reports on the death of United Automobile Workers (UAW) vice president of the UAW Chrysler Department Jack Laskowski on August 8, 1999. Cause of death; Working relationship with the former Chrysler Corp.; Role in union's negotiations with the company; Colleagues' description of Laskowski's negotiating style.


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