The Right and the Left - Kenneth W. Smallwood - Bøger - AuthorHouse - 9781587218231 - 20. november 2000

The Right and the Left

Kenneth W. Smallwood

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The Right and the Left

This is a burlesque of the NLRB where Regional Director Lusignan has a theory that those engaged in oral sex are liberals and pro-union. He uses polygraph tests to find out. Conservatives and liberals clash during his employees' union drive and some must vote tankers in the Bermuda Triangle and drive '69 Pintos. The leader of the Federal Association of Labor Board Agents, Marshall Rosen, refuses a promotion. Camelot Lane, a black woman attorney has a child out of wedlock by choice. She heads the Dept. of Justice's crime-fighting unit in New Jersey and coordinates with Dero Ingleside's investigation of unfair labor practices at Lusignan's office. Camelot and Tommie Ann Shawgo, a Native American NLRB agent provide sexual banter against marriage and male chauvinism. Some whites believe in white supremacy and there is verbal racial sparring. Ingleside's room was bugged and he had sex with a witness and is fired. Lusignan is fired but lands a better job and lucrative consulting contracts. In 1970, the decline of union membership began with the war of the right and left.

Medie Bøger     Paperback Bog   (Bog med blødt omslag og limet ryg)
Udgivet 20. november 2000
ISBN13 9781587218231
Forlag AuthorHouse
Antal sider 292
Mål 353 g
Sprog Engelsk