Glazer worked for the Textile Workers Union of America, for the United Rubber Workers, and as labor advisor to the US Information Agency; but he holds closest to his heart his activities as a writer and singer of labor songs for half a century. Here he recounts in lively style his experiences over t
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The United Rubber Workers
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