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Teamsters talk about their union and the Justice Department
Lunch is at 4:00 am for the third shift at this break-bulk freight terminal. Bud is working on the other side of the noisy dock and gives me the signal that he'll take his break when I punch out for my half hour. Together we go over to the shop to join the night mechanics.
Roger is already stretched out on a bench. Having complained of loud dogs and lawn mowers, he's catching a nap. The other five of us sit down around a grease-stained old table and break open our lunches. In this musty locker room, we start talking union.
"The folks over at this magazine, Labor Today, asked me to write about …