Jill Cashen

Spokeswoman for the United Food and Commercial Workers

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Spokeswoman for the United Food and Commercial Workers, the union that represents meat-packing line-workers

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Horrendous working conditions in meatpacking plants were exposed by Upton Sinclair in his novel,  The Jungl e, back in 1906.

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