Ralph S. Swoboda, president of the Credit Union National Association, has his own theory on why bankers in four states -- with others likely to join them -- have challenged the membership bases of credit unions in court.

"They're not doing their job," said the president of the largest credit union trade group at its 1993 convention in Cincinnati. "The pressure is coming from some small banks that are facing competition for the first time."

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