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the Boilermaker Reporter

Volume 44, Number 5
Nov 2005 to Dec 2005

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Included articles:

Coverage of the Boilermakers of the 2005 National Apprentice Program competition, Bill Creeden is new IST, tripartite conferences, Davis-Bacon suspension turns union jobs nonunion, Labor wins – Bush reinstates Davis Bacon, Union action gets plant reopened, Local lodges rev up for Helmets to Hardhats, Union action gets plant reopened, Scheer named TTDRD chairman, Reid Boiler Works recognizes union, and much, much more...

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Unions Keep Holiday Spirit Alive

Newton B. Jones, Intl. President

THIS TIME OF YEAR, we often remind our members that the only reason
workers now enjoy weekends off and paid holidays is because of the
efforts of union organizers in the 19th and early 20th centuries. In the
early decades of the Industrial Revolution, employers like Ebenezer
Scrooge were not the exception, they were the rule.

Reporter  V44N5

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