Bush's Privatization Plan Irks Labor Leaders Labor leaders say the Bush Administration's new plan to privatize thousands of government jobs amounts to proof of an anti-union attitude in the White House. The administration says it will save money and boost efficiency. NPR's Liane Hansen talks with Paul Light of the Brookings Institution.

Bush's Privatization Plan Irks Labor Leaders

Bush's Privatization Plan Irks Labor Leaders

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Labor leaders say the Bush Administration's new plan to privatize thousands of government jobs amounts to proof of an anti-union attitude in the White House. The administration says it will save money and boost efficiency. NPR's Liane Hansen talks with Paul Light of the Brookings Institution.