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Which Workers Need Unions, And Which Don't?

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Which Workers Need Unions, And Which Don't?

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Which Workers Need Unions, And Which Don't?

Which Workers Need Unions, And Which Don't?

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Guests

Michael Kazin, history professor, Georgetown University
Jay Moon, president and CEO, Mississippi Manufacturers Association
Sara Ziff, founder and director, The Model Alliance

Union shops in the private sector have dwindled in recent decades. Now, public union leaders worry that they're losing political clout, bargaining power and members. That raises questions about whether unions fallen victim to their own success. Originally broadcast on June 7, 2012.