Sound recording of interview with Richard Liebes conducted by Adah Bakalinsky. Describes his work with the War Labor Board
during World War II, his four decades with the SEIU, and the first Kaiser strike in 1968.
Service Employees International Union (SEIU) research director; received a Ph.D. in economics from UC Berkeley in 1942; became
staff member of the Labor Bureau and Building Service Employees International Union (later renamed the Service Employees International
Union) beginning in 1943.
Transcript: 1 folder; Tapes: 3 audio cassettes
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