November 1975
New Republic;11/29/75, Vol. 173 Issue 22, p5
The article focuses on the press conference held by Arnold Miller, head of the United Mine Workers of America. Miller called the conference to confront his enemies, especially district representative Frank Clements. The executive board of the union paid itself per diems of $10 in addition to giving itself a 10% pay raise, according to Miller. Members of the union believe Miller is refusing to take orders from the board. Information is given for the control of the staff of the union.


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