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Theodore W. Kheel, Labor Mediator, Dies at 96

For decades, mediator Ted Kheel was a dominant force in labor disputes. He developed his unique techniques mediating teacher, transit and press strikes. Mr. Kheel died recently at the age of 96.

See New York Times Articles:
“Lessons from a Master Mediator” and
“Theodore W. Kheel, Labor Mediator, Dies at 96”
Also see Ted Kheel, Founder of the Nurture Nature Foundation
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Ted Kheel

Theodore W. Kheel, died on Friday, November 12, 2010. He was 96 years old. Mr. Kheel was the prime mover, along with like-minded citizens and specialists, in the creation of organizations to investigate and try to find solutions to the more intractable issues facing society. The Kheel Center for Labor… MORE >

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