Morton Bahr

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Morton Bahr

Morton Bahr was a prominent US labor leader.

Socialist Debs award

Every year since the mid 1960s the Indiana based Eugene V. Debs Foundation holds Eugene Debs Award Banquet in Terre Haute, to honor an approved social or labor activist. The 1989 honoree, was Morton Bahr.[1]

Campaign for America's Future

In 1996 Morton Bahr, Communication Workers of America was one of the original 130 founders of Campaign for America's Future.[2]

Jewish Labor Committee

In 1990 Morton Bahr, was President of the Jewish Labor Committee[3].

DSA endorser

Democratic Left, Sep./Oct. 1993, page 17

Working Families Party

In March 2000 Morton Bahr, Communication Workers of America attended the first Working Families Party convention in New York's Desmond Hotel Ballroom. Bahr introduced Hillary Clinton to the conference[4]