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Special Report - Out of Touch with America: Are Unions Obsolete?

Chapter I:

Big Labor's identity crisis


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Big Labor's identity crisis

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Part of the Washington Examiner's weeklong commentary series on labor unions. To see the entire series, click here. For decades, “union man” meant hard hats, lunch pails and blue-collar jobs for millions of American autoworkers, machinists and coal miners. A union job meant good pay and benefits, but it also promised lots of hard work and, in many cases, a real possibility of being injured....

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