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Jaime Fallon Labor History Extra Credit 11/20/2007 The Man Who Hated Work but Loved Labor I thought Les Leopold was an incredibly interesting speaker. He obviously had done a lot of hard research on the life of Tony Mazzoncchi, but also had a close relationship with him as a person. He was able to give information about Tony Mazzocchi that wouldn’t come from standard interview questions but would come from a close personal bond that grows from working along side someone. It was obvious that he was able to speak for hours about the life of Tony Mazzocchi who apparently did more in his lifespan that many people could have accomplished. Starting with a background of Mazzocchi’s childhood was a practical way to approach the topic because it gave us the idea that he was not any different than anyone else. If anything he was at more of a disadvantage than anyone of the Cornell students because he dropped out of high school. It really put into perspective for me how great his accomplishments actually were
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This note was uploaded on 04/03/2008 for the course ILRCB 1100 taught by Professor Danielc during the Fall '07 term at Cornell.

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