Joe Ames Oral History

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Title

Joe Ames Oral History

Description

The first part of this interview with Joe Ames is not transcribed and begins already in progress. Ames recalls the last years of President Zander and the highlights of those years are discussed. The controversy behind Leo Kramer’s book Labor’s Paradox is discussed as well as the making of the book and reaction to it after it was published. The union conventions of the 1960’s are discussed in detail along with the elections procedures and the aftermath of the elections. The last part of the interview covers the interest that Zander had in public housing and the union’s interest in those projects.

Oral History Item

Interviewer

Greenya, John

Interviewee

Ames, Joe

Date Recorded

1973-01-01

Coverage

New England; 1950's-1973

Citation

“Joe Ames Oral History,” Michigan Oral History Database, accessed June 13, 2024, http://www.database.michiganoha.org/items/show/1.

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