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This article will document the historical context of the labor movement at Vanderbilt University in order to explain the nature and interaction of the labor union with central administration over the past forty years. Recognizing the lack of scholarly attention to the labor movement in Paul Conkin's Gone with the Ivy (1985) and Peabody College (2002) and Dale Johnson's Vanderbilt Divinity School (2001), the author contributes to the academic literature by providing a broad overview of thedoi:10.15695/vurj.v1i0.2710 fatcat:kloe2q42xfdihb66ejz4ax4niq