A white cap with red letters hangs on a coat rack in Sam Kagel’s comfortably cluttered fourth-floor office in San Francisco’s historic Flatiron Building.

Barely visible amid mountains of paper and overshadowed by walls covered with weathered news photos of the longtime arbitrator at work, the cap commemorates the 50th anniversary of “Bloody Thursday,” a pivotal event in Kagel’s life.

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