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The Future of the U.S. Labor Movement

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The Future of the U.S. Labor Movement

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The Future of the U.S. Labor Movement

The Future of the U.S. Labor Movement

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Forget management vs. workers: The nasty fight right now is within organized labor, as rebellious unions force a re-examination of everything from recruitment efforts to political positions. The president of the AFL-CIO, John Sweeney, and guests discuss the future of unions.

Guests:

Richard Hurd, professor of industrial and labor relations at Cornell University

John Sweeney, president of the AFL-CIO

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