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July 21, 1987 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
After 30 years of relative harmony, the American Federation of Musicians is once more torn by a furious internal battle. And once again the battle is over the leadership of an AFM president and a multimillion-dollar trust fund that funnels record royalties to musicians and finances free concerts across the nation for schools and charities.
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January 23, 1990 | HARRY BERNSTEIN
Unfortunately, the music recording industry is once again trying to dump a valuable program that is primarily responsible for sponsoring 35,000 free live musical concerts across the country each year--a million performances since they began in 1948. The American Federation of Musicians will try to block the industry's counterproductive move in contract negotiations that start today in New York, and they hope to do it without a strike.
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January 23, 1990 | JUBE SHIVER Jr., TIMES STAFF WRITER
The entertainment industry, which was hit by a crippling 22-week strike by TV and movie writers in 1988, is bracing for a possible walkout by the American Federation of Musicians, which has told its 185,000 members that it will strike if record companies carry out plans to end payments to two special union funds.
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