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Unions Weaker but Still Powerful in Politics

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Unions Weaker but Still Powerful in Politics

Election 2008

Unions Weaker but Still Powerful in Politics

Unions Weaker but Still Powerful in Politics

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One of the largest labor unions in the country, the Service Employees International Union, announced its members will wait another month to endorse a presidential candidate. Christian Science Monitor reporter Ariel Sabar explores the role of unions in presidential politics with Madeleine Brand.