Rice & Roses #107 : Hawaiʻi ILWU

Arbitrator Paul Tinning reviews the outcome of a case that went to arbitration which involved a person being fired based on the results of a polygraph test. Dr. Gary Busch discusses what consumers need to know about the Fair Credit Reporting Act. Also featured in this episode is a look at the ILWU (International Longshore and Warehouse Union), its beginnings and how it operated during the time of this filming. Photographs are included of notable union leaders Tommy Trask and Ah Quon McElrath. Recorded on April 15, 1971.

Languages: English


  • Documentary

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