On May 8, 1970 Communists and other anti-American thugs prepared to riot in Lower Manhattan. New York construction workers decided to oppose them rather than allow them to riot like they did in Ohio a few days earlier.
Of course, Peter J. Brennan was president of the Building and Construction Trades Council of Greater New York, and president of the Building and Construction Trades Council of New York. Brennan was pro-American and stuck up for his men after they disbursed the rioters.
I doubt there are any pro-America labor leaders today. Certainly, there are none as pro-America as Mr. Brennan.
I remember that.