Victor Gotbaum, 93, Dies; Labor Leader Helped Rescue New York City in 1970s – New York Times

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Victor Gotbaum, 93, Dies; Labor Leader Helped Rescue New York City in 1970s
New York Times
Victor H. Gotbaum, a shrewd and combative Brooklyn native who headed the nation’s largest municipal employees’ union for two decades and played a pivotal role in saving New York City from bankruptcy in 1975, died on Sunday at his home in Manhattan.
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