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In Case You Missed It
Posted On: Oct 05, 2012

  • The unemployment rate fell to 7.8%. That's a BIG deal.
  • Still, we have a good jobs problem.
  • Here's how a union creates jobs.
  • Privatization: Costs more, provides less.
  • The corporate war on workers includes–silencing unions.
  • Where does the GOP disdain for workers come from?
Very cool rendition of "We Are the Union" by newly-organized NYC workers:


 


 
 
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