Jesse Jackson calls off Mitsubishi boycott

February 1997
Ward's Auto World;Feb97, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p10
Trade Publication
Reports that Reverend Jesse Jackson and National Organization of Women president Patricia Ireland have agreed to cancel their boycott against Mitsubishi Motor Sales of America Inc. Mitsubishi's promise to boost minority and women-owned dealerships in its retail network; How the boycott began.


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