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California Labor Federation television advertisement in opposition to Proposition 18, a 1958 right-to-work California state ballot initiative supported by Republican candidate for governor William Knowland ; documents relationship of labor unions to state politics and role of media in shaping perceptions regarding labor issues.
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Labor unions--California Open and closed shop--Law and legislation--United States
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