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1. Internal Revenue Service, Form 990, filed by National Right to Work Committee and the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation for the calendar year 2004.
2. National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, “Worker Advocate Slams AFL-CIO’s ‘Week of Action’ Protests While Do Nothing NLRB Sits on Union Abuse Cases,” Press Release, 13 July 2006.
3. National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, website accessed 29 June 2006,
4. UAW, et al. v. National Right to Work Legal Defense and Education Foundation, Inc., et al., Civil Action No. 839-73 (D.D.C.).
5. AFL-CIO Executive Council, Ad Hoc Committee on Restrictive Legislation, “A Report on the Board of Directors of the National Right to Work Committee”, August 1988.
6. AFL-CIO Executive Council, Ad Hoc Committee on Restrictive Legislation, “A Report on the Board of Directors of the National Right to Work Committee”, August 1988.
7. Plaintiffs’ Record Excerpts, Volume II, at 62, in UAW, et al. v. National Right to Work Legal Defense and Education Foundation, Inc., et al., Civil Action Nos. 84-5322 and 84-5348 (D.C. Cir.).
8. Sources: The Foundation Center, Foundation Directory online search of grants, performed August 6 2004; Media Transparency, online search of grants on www.mediatransparency.org, performed April 17 2006.
9. AFL-CIO Executive Council, Ad Hoc Committee on Restrictive Legislation, “A Report on the Board of Directors of the National Right to Work Committee,” Aug. 1988.
10. Human Events article, July 8, 1978, p. 2; as cited in Crawford, Alan. Thunder on the Right: The “New Right” and the Politics of Resentment (New York: Pantheon, 1980) 29.
11. Human Events article, July 8, 1978, p. 2; as cited in Crawford, Alan. Thunder on the Right: The “New Right” and the Politics of Resentment (New York: Pantheon, 1980) 29.
12. National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Inc., amicus brief filed in Firstline Transportation Security, Inc., NLRB case 17-RC-12354, July 2005.
13. National Right to Work Foundation, “Why is Johnson Controls giving your home address and telephone number to union organizers?” flyer with cartoon distributed to Johnson Controls employees, on file at American Rights at Work. 
14. "Tristate summary," The Cincinnati Enquirer, 18 Sept. 2003.
15. National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, "Cintas Employee Files Federal Labor Charges Against UNITE Union Hierarchy for Harassment Campaign," Press Release, 18 Mar. 2004.
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17. Getman, Julius.  Prepared testimony submitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee on S. 230, the “Freedom From Union Violence Act of 1997,” Federal News Service, Sept. 3 1997.
18. Ibid.
19. Ibid.
20. Gottesman, Michael.  Prepared testimony submitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee on S. 230, the “Freedom From Union Violence Act of 1997,” Federal News Service, Sept. 3 1997.
21. Getman, Julius.  Prepared testimony submitted to the Senate Judiciary Committee on S. 230, the “Freedom From Union Violence Act of 1997,” Federal News Service, Sept. 3 1997.
22. The Center for Union Facts, website accessed 28 June 2006, http://www.unionfacts.com/unions/unionStats.cfm
23. David D. Kirkpatrick, 2004, “Club of the Most Powerful Gathers in Strictest Privacy,” New York Times, August 28, p. 10, online archive.
24. Letter on file at American Rights at Work, and online at http://www.aflcio.org/aboutaflcio/upload/NRTW-Letter-Signed-by-Rep-Tom-Delay.pdf.
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26. "Retired Senator Mobilizes Committee Members," National Right to Work Newsletter, July 2003
27. "Retired Senator Mobilizes Committee Members," National Right to Work Newsletter, July 2003
28. Sources: The Foundation Center, Foundation Directory online search of grants, performed August 6 2004; Media Transparency, online search of grants on www.mediatransparency.org, performed April 17 2006.  The John M. Olin Foundation ceased operations in late 2005, but contributed to National Right to Work at least as recently as 2003. 
29. Martin Luther King, Jr., as stated on a flyer issued by the Oklahoma National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, May 1964, on file at American Rights at Work.
30. Internal Revenue Service, Form 990, filed by National Right to Work Committee and the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation for the calendar year 2004.
31. Internal Revenue Service, Form 990, filed by National Right to Work Committee and the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation for the calendar year 2004.
32. National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation, Inc., amicus brief filed in Firstline Transportation Security, Inc., NLRB case 17-RC-12354, July 2005.
33. Sexton, Steve. “Right to Work leader steps down, keeps fighting,” The Washington Times, 6 July 2003.