BTW even without the formation of the Association the TWU would have been required to service the IAM Contracts and by the TWU Constitution would have had to hold elections to chose Locals and Local Officers for the new cities that the TWU would be representing. The Officers who would have been voted in would be former IAM Representatives likely and would have had a keen awareness to their current IAM agreements and would have defended keeping the language and philosophies they were accustomed to. So they would have made the argument for their survival in JCBA’s. Actually if the TWU had taken representation of the whole it may have been even more difficult to reach consensus with the Company as we would be dealing with LUS Management and not LAA, and LUS Management I’m sure would argue more for the IAM Language philosophy against the stronger TWU work rules. In some areas it may have been a little easier but in other areas I think it would have been much harder IMO.