"It was my belief from the beginning that it was intended by the framers of the School, and as it was embodied in the legislation creating the School, that collective bargaining was to be the heart and soul of the School." Full Story
Jean loved telling the story of her first arbitration when she "walked into the room and there was nothing but men there; one looked up and said, 'Oh, you're the secretary' and I said, 'No, I'm the arbitrator'."
I saw the U.S. Constitution as it has been interpreted as a magnificent depository of our ideals, both individual and social.
"Keep in touch. I expect you to carry that torch, which in the ancient games, was passed on from runner to runner." Full Story