Click on the link here for Audio Player: Labor Racketeering Hearings – March 27, 1957
One of the up-and-coming stars of the hearings was a young Chief Counsel for the McLellan Committee on Improper Activities In Labor Management, Robert F. Kennedy.
This Special program, wrapping up the days testimony ultimately forced Beck out as Teamster head in 1957 and into prison in 1962. The real fireworks would come later when new Teamster Chief Jimmy Hoffa took the hot seat in what would become a long-term blood feud between the future Attorney-General and the Teamster Chief.
Here is that wrap-up, as broadcast on the evening of March 27, 1957.