Kansas City MO


Today we're in Kansas City, home to the first UAW Ford Local where we talk to Phil Brown, Recording secretary of the retiree chapter and former Historian of UAW Local 249 about what Henry Ford REALLY thought about his workers(Hint: it's NOT that he thought they should make a fair wage to buy his cars).  

Also Dick Drennan Chairperson of the retiree chapter at UAW Local 249 on who he knew in the 1932 sit down strike and how that strike changed not just Kansas City but America too
We also talk to Judy Ancel about the history of the Garment district in Kansas City. also included in this show: We visited Ed Asner and the Eisenhower Library - how does it compare to the Bush library and what does Ed think about our tour?

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