John Falchi

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John Falchi


John P Falchi ... is Senior Development Management Consultant at J. P. Falchi & Associates. Lives in San Diego, California.

Education

Studied at Stanford University Went to Bakersfield High School

Career

"Are labor unions becoming too powerful?"

As the AFL and CIO prepare for a historic merger, the Stanford Political Union investigates the question "Are labor unions becoming too powerful?" at a meeting Dec. 1 1955 in Cubberley Auditorium.

The issue will be debated by two guest speakers on opposite sides of the labor scene and by two Stanford students, beginning at 8. W. M. Caldwell, president Of the California Association of Employers, will team with senior Mike Hudson to present the affirmative side of the question.

On the negative side will be San Jose attorney I. B. Padway and Stanford junior John Falchi. Padway has served as counsel for the Wisconsin Federation of Labor and as first assistant chief counsel for the American Federation of Labor. Falchi is majoring in international relations and is an officer in the Political Union's Democratic Caucus.

Political Union President Ernie Hartz will introduce the speakers and the topic, which he believes is a "controversial and particularly timely question."[1]

Communist Party USA

In September 2006 the Peoples Weekly World[2]listed several members of the Communist Party USA.

Aaron Moss, Alan Donohue, Andre Brochu, Annie Fox, Barbara Samuelson, Barbara Collins, Barry Weinstein, Carol Sorflaten, CT Weber, Delmer Berg, Dorothy Kohl, Doug Smiley, Earl Harju, Emile Schepers, Everett Hoagland, Fay Bussell, Gregory King, Jack Bussell, James Thompson, Jerome Moss, Joe Bernick, John Falchi, John Smith, June Dennis, Karl Dennis , Karl Sorg, Karl Weichinger, Lee Dlugin, Lewis Lubka, Mark Jordan, Michele Artt, Pat Barile, Raymond Tate and Robert Jastad

San Diego DSA Facebook group

Members of the San Diego Democratic Socialists of America Public Facebook group, as of March 18, 2017 included John Falchi .[3]

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