Sound recording of interview with Paul Pinsky conducted by Harvey Schwartz. Recalls U.C. Berkeley; labor organizing, 1930s;
discusses career as Research Director, California CIO Council, late 1930s-late 1940s; represented International Fishermen
& Allied Workers of America (IFAWA) and Marine Cooks and Stewards (MCS) at their CIO purge trials, 1950; consultant to ILWU
specializing in employee benefit and union insurance plans; searching comments on ILWU leadership.
Longtime labor activist and consultant to unions in California and Hawaii.
Transcript: 1 folder; Tapes: 3 audio cassettes
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