UAW President's Office: Stephen P. Yokich Records

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Stephen Phillip Yokich was President of the UAW from 1994-2002. As president of the union during a time of great change to the auto industry, he oversaw negotiations for increased benefits, expanded the union into new fields, and helped navigate autoworkers through a period of job cuts. The UAW President's Office: Stephen Yokich Records reflect the activities of the union’s offices of President and Vice-President during Yokich’s respective tenures. These records are critical to understanding the activities of the International Union during the late twentieth century, as well as metro Detroit’s labor movement during that same period.

1935 - 2004
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