Confessions of a Union Buster
Crown Publishers, 1993 - Business & Economics - 302 pages
A former union buster exposes the dirty tricks that elevated him to the top of his profession and that have transformed the war on organized labor into a billion-dollars-per-year industry. This book is the story of a man who has decided to come in out of the cold, to clear his conscience, and to share the hard lessons he has learned. Line drawings.
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CONFESSIONS OF A UNION BUSTERUser Review - Kirkus
A tough-minded memoir of a clever, driven operator in a nasty profession. When the 17-year-old Levitt found Teamster goons knocking his uncle around in his father's Cleveland comic-book ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - Poyma - LibraryThing
Thank you Marty Leavitt for writing this and revealing what sick pups Union Busters are. Must read if you belong to a Union or are interested in forming one. Read full review