Hargrove `angry and frustrated'

August 1996
Automotive News;8/12/1996, Vol. 70 Issue 5673, p53
Trade Publication
Presents the views of Canadian Auto Workers (CAW) president Buzz Hargrove on his feelings about a possible strike by his union. Possible agreement without resorting to a strike; Job stress as one of the issues; Resolve of the CAW membership going into the talks.


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