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AFSCME "Crisis" in Wisconsin: Staff Criticize Union Management

by RAF Staff

Amidst the onslaught against America’s public sector unions, the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) is gearing up for a fight – but the fight is not entirely focused on the union busters. 942 more words

U.S. Labor News

Illinois peeps, check out - Illinois: Unions Sue Over Pension Changes

Current and retired city workers and their labor unions have filed a lawsuit Tuesday arguing a law overhauling Chicago’s pension systems is unconstitutional.. via NYT U.S. http://ift.tt/1uWOdPO

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Fast food workers' $15 demand: How aiming high launched a social movement

Fast food workers in some 190 cities walked off the job on Thursday, seeking the same demand they’ve been making for the past two years: $15 an hour in pay. 834 more words

Leadership

Illinois peeps, check out - An L.A. Story: Unions Show Signs of Life

The influence of organized labor in the United States has drastically declined, but it can still make a difference.. via NYT Opinion http://ift.tt/1u4Hzdr

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FROM HOOVER TO HOOVER IN A LIFETIME---"...roll back the twentieth century" by Perry Mann

FROM HOOVER TO HOOVER IN A LIFETIME

I remember seeing Herbert Hoover’s picture on the front page of a newspaper on the day after his victory over Alfred Smith. 748 more words

I'm Scared, Therefore I Work

A few weeks ago, I got into an argument–offline, not online–about those two horsemen of the apocalypse that are destroying the American nation, rendering it financially insolvent, and turning the American Dream into the American Nightmare. 514 more words

Philosophy