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The New Labor Movement: Solidarity Without Conformity

AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin Lesa Curtis of Westchester, New York, right, who is pro-agency fees and a former president of her union, rallies outside of the Supreme Court in Washington, Monday, January 11, 2016, as the court heard arguments in the Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association case.  T his isn’t your father’s labor movement. Back when my dad was a Cleveland bus driver and member of the Amalgamated Transit Union, Americans had a more common lived experience.
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