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Reinvigorating Our Unions: Organizing Ourselves First, to Meet the Changing Times

Click here for reuse options! A union president explains how labor needs to adjust to be relevant today. This 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. Everyone in your hometown read the same newspaper and watched the same television shows. The people on your block belonged to the same civic associations and bowling leagues.
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