Gregory Pardlo

author of “Air Traffic: A Memoir of Ambition and Manhood in America”

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In 1981 President Ronald Reagan fired 13,000 striking air traffic controllers. It was a major defeat for organized labor and changed the lives of many of the people who were fired.

A dad's lessons on masculinity and race

In 1981 President Ronald Reagan fired 13,000 striking air traffic controllers. It was a major defeat for organized labor and changed the lives of many of the people who were fired.

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