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Future of the American Labor Movement
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Future of the American Labor Movement

Future of the American Labor Movement

Future of the American Labor Movement
Only Available in Archive Formats.

Guests: KATE BRONFENBRENNER Director of Labor Education and Research, School of Industrial and Labor Relations, Cornell University GERALD McENTEE President, American Federation of State County Municipal Employees MARSHALL BLAKE President of SEIU local 1199 Upstate Executive Board Member of National SEIU Union membership has dropped sharply in the last 50 years. Today less than fifteen percent of Americans are in unions. Will unions make a comeback or completely disappear from the American scene in the 21st century? Juan Williams talks with labor experts and union members about the future of the American labor movement.

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