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Do Labor Unions Have a Future?

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Do Labor Unions Have a Future?

Do Labor Unions Have a Future?

Do Labor Unions Have a Future?

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The decline of organized labor is a familiar story. But should it be blamed on globalization — or Republicans, or Democrats — or organized labor itself? One union leader has some thoughts for fixing it.

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Andy Stern, president of the Service Employees International Union

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