Without the pension she lost when McDonnell-Douglas closed its Tulsa plant in 1994 to cut retirement expenses, former employee Ruby Oakley, 74, now works five days a week for minimum wage as a crossing guard to supplement her Social Security.
Without the pension she lost when McDonnell-Douglas closed its Tulsa plant in 1994 to cut retirement expenses, former employee Ruby Oakley, 74, now works five days a week for minimum wage as a crossing guard to supplement her Social Security. Nick Oxford For The Washington Post
Without the pension she lost when McDonnell-Douglas closed its Tulsa plant in 1994 to cut retirement expenses, former employee Ruby Oakley, 74, now works five days a week for minimum wage as a crossing guard to supplement her Social Security. Nick Oxford For The Washington Post