Independent filmmaker Tom Selinski, a union electrician and union activist, of Duluth discloses some of Corporate America’s dirtiest labor dealings. Based on the 1928 book by Frank L. Palmer, whose historical investigation was ultimately validated by Senate hearings.
This 70-minute film, set on the Mesabi Iron Range during the first half of the 20th century, explores the often-ignored dark side of the American Dream. Narrated by Ed Asner. Co-sponsored by St. Paul Regional Labor Federation and AFSCME Local 3800