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This is Dan North interviewing Moe Foner on March 5, 2001.
This is Moe Foner continuing the oral history interview.
In the late 1980s, 1199 started work organizing home-care
workers, and the general mood of that effort was in some ways
reminiscent, I would think, of the organizing of hospital workers in
1959, with the crusade to organize low-paid, exploited, forgotten
workers who, until that point, had been ignored by the labor
movement. Do you want to start in there at that point telling us about
how [cross talk]
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