Interview with Arthur A. Rutledge, session 2 of 2 (3/13/1991)
Interview with Arthur A. Rutledge conducted by Warren Nishimoto and Daniel W. Tuttle, Jr. on 3/13/1991 in the Local 5 office in Honolulu, Oʻahu as part of the Hawaiʻi Political History Documentation Project. Hawaiʻi labor leader, former head of Hawaiʻi Teamsters and Local 5 unions, and founder of the Unity House discusses his political relationship and friendship with Tom Gill; memories and opinions of various labor and political figures including John Henry Felix, Stu Milligan, George Ariyoshi, John Waiheʻe, Elmer Cravalho, Linda Lingle, and John Reinecke; national Teamsters and Jimmy Hoffa; his penchant for social justice and helping out the underdog; and the Unity House and its charitable foundation to support labor causes. Interview spans 3 videotapes.
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