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Democrats Paid a Huge Price for Letting Unions Die


There is power in a union. Photo: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

There’s power in uniting — that’s no secret. Standing together is what makes unions work. The Republican Party knows it, and it’s why the GOP works so hard against the labor movement. The question is: Why doesn’t the Democratic Party seem to “get it?”

Read this Intelligencer article “Democrats Paid a Huge Price for Letting Unions Die,” by Eric Levitz, and see how the Dems could have reaped votes (and perhaps still can) by supporting the labor movement.

Published on the Web: November 19, 2018

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