Unions Weaker but Still Powerful in Politics 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.

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.