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"One of the most startling events in the history of television documentaries was the live unfiltered broadcasts of the McCarthy hearings - Jerry Blumenthal and Gordon Quinn's tape has some of the same excitement. They were allowed to film extremely heated union caucuses and the entire round of contract negotiations at an industrial plant in Hammond, Indiana. Their cinema verite style makes the union meetings in Silkwood look as thrilling and substantial as a bowl of mashed potatoes."

The Village Voice, 1984