Distributor:  Kartemquin Films
Length:  45 minutes
Date:  1975
Genre:  Expository
Language:  English
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Where's I. W. Abel?

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The opposition of the rank-and-file to the no-strike agreement between Steelworkers President I.W. Abel and the ten major steel companies.

Where's I. W. Abel?

Made by Kartemquin and a rank-and-file steel workers caucus, the film documents the opposition of the rank-and-file to the no-strike agreement between Steelworkers President I.W. Abel and the ten major steel companies, made without a vote by the membership of the union. Featuring Staughton Lynd.

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Main credits

Quinn, Gordon (Producer)
Quinn, Gordon (Director)
Quinn, Gordon (Film editor)
Cooper, Vicki (Producer)
Schmeichen, Richard (Film editor)
Morrissette, Jim (Film editor)

Other credits

Sound, Jerry Blumenthal, Richard Schmeichen; editors, Richard Schmeichen, Jim Morrissette, Gordon Quinn.


Distributor credits

Gordon Quinn Vicki Cooper
Gordon Quinn

Docuseek2 subjects

Trade Unions
Work
Manufacturing
Late 20th Century (U.S. History)
Labor History

Distributor subjects

Economics
Labor Studies
Politics
U.S. History
Film History
Documentaries
Social Studies

Keywords

Politics; Labor; Class Inequality; ; "Where's I. W. Abel?"; Kartemquin Films;

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