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Senate Select Committee on Improper Activities in the Labor or Management Field

The Committee was established from hearings held by the Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations of the Senate Committee on Government Operations on racketeering on government uniform supply contracts.  Membership came from the Committee on Government Operations and the Committee on Labor and Public Welfare.  The hearings were held between 1957 and 1959.  Robert F. Kennedy was chief counsel of the Committee.

Hearings

  • Part 1 (or Part 1) (pp. 1-434)

  • Part 2 (pp. 435-755)

  • Part 3 (pp. 757-1109)

  • Part 4 (pp. 1111-1508)

  • Part 5 (pp. 1509-1734)

  • Part 6 (pp. 1735-1990)

  • Part 7 (pp. 1991-2578)

  • Part 8 (pp. 2581-3219)

  • Part 9 (pp. 3221-3590)

  • Part 10 (pp. 3591-4011)

  • Part 11 (pp. 4013-4499)

  • Part 12 (pp. 4501-4926)

  • Part 13 (pp. 4927-5286)(testimony of James R. Hoffa)

  • Part 14 (pp. 5287-5764)

  • Part 15 (pp. 5765-6240) (Labor Relations Associates, Inc.

  • Part 16 (pp. 6241-6658)

  • Part 17 (pp. 6659-7052)

  • Part 18 (pp. 7053-7509)

  • Part 19 (pp. 7511-7921) (International Union of Operating Engineers, Long Island and San Francisco)

  • Part 20 (pp. 7923-8327) (International Union of Operating Engineers, Philadelphia and Chicago)

  • Part 21 (pp. 8329-8744) (UAW and Kohler Co., Sheboygan, WI)

  • Part 22 (pp. 8745-9154) (UAW and Kohler Co., Sheboygan, WI)

  • Part 23 (pp. 8155-9479) (UAW and Kohler Co., Sheboygan, WI)

  • Part 24 (pp. 9481-9911) (UAW and Kohler Co., Sheboygan, WI)

  • Part 25 (pp. 9913-10256) (UAW and Kohler Co., Sheboygan, WI)

  • Part 26 (pp. 10257-10384) (UAW and Kohler Co., Sheboygan, WI)

  • Part 27 (pp. 10385-10824) (UAW and Kohler Co., Sheboygan, WI)

  • Part 28 (pp. 10825-11186) (Teamsters, Philadelphia)

  • Part 29 (pp. 11187-11550) (Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union)

  • Part 30 (pp. 11551-11782) (Amalgamated Meat Cutters and Butchers welfare fund and Deercrest Country Club)

  • Part 31 (pp. 11783-12190) (United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America and World Wide Press)

  • Part 32 (pp. 12191-12498) (underworld infiltration of labor unions)

  • Part 33 (pp. 12499-12860) (illegal collusion between restaurant employer associations and labor unions in Chicago)

  • Part 34 (pp. 12861-13124) (illegal collusion between restaurant employer associations and labor unions in Chicago)

  • Part 35 (pp. 13125-13273) (Teamster organizing of supply business employees, Detroit)

  • Part 36 (pp. 13275-13726) (Teamster improper practices, including testimony of James R. Hoffa)

  • Part 37 (pp. 13727-14142) (Teamster improper practices, including testimony of James R. Hoffa)

  • Part 38 (pp. 14143-14553) (Teamster improper practices)

  • Part 39 (pp. 14555-14940) (Teamster improper practices)

  • Part 40 (pp. 14943-15361) (Teamster improper practices, including testimony of James R. Hoffa)

  • Part 41 (pp. 15363-15758) (Labor union “secondary boycott” practices)

  • Part 42 (pp. 15759-15945) (Sheet Metal Workers International Association contracting practices)

  • Part 43 (pp. 15947-16203) (Teamster improper practices)

  • Part 44 (pp. 16205-16346) (United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners)

  • Part 45 (pp. 16347-16466) (International Brotherhood of Teamsters)

  • Part 46 (pp. 16467-16939) (Coin-operated machine industry)

  • Part 47 (pp. 16941-17213) (Coin-operated machine industry)

  • Part 48 (pp. 17215-17700) (Coin-operated machine industry)

  • Part 49 (pp. 17701-18095) (Chicago Teamsters local pension misused allegations)

  • Part 50 (pp. 18097-18129) (labor union improprieties)

  • Part 51 (pp. 18131-18329) (New York Newspaper and Mail Deliverers Union)

  • Part 52 (pp. 18331-18425) (International Brotherhood of Boilermakers, Iron workers, Shipbuilders, Blacksmiths, Forgers, and Helpers and its Houston local)

  • Part 53 (pp. 18427-18787) (corruption and bribery in Lake County, IN, and pinball distribution improprieties)

  • Part 54 (pp. 18789-19144) (Teamster improper practices

  • Part 55 (pp. 19145-19508) (connections between the Teamsters and organized crime)

  • Part 56 (pp. 19509-19848) (includes testimony of James R. Hoffa, IBT)

  • Part 57 (pp. 19849-19914)

  • Part 58 (pp. 19915-20432) (corruption in the United Auto Workers)