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"Some of the stuff they were passing out to their employees listing reasons why not to join the union were disgusting," says Ken Hayes.
In one case, he says, the company distributed a shirt with a drawing of two cowboy boots encased in concrete. The initials "J" and "H" were inscribed in each boot. Below the illustration was the statement: "Jimmy Hoffa says vote no!