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The Unbearable Sadness Of Being Anti-Labor


I agree with what you say here. I think there's also some deflection and employment of double standards. Deflection because many people who accuse unions and their leaders and members of being in it for "the money" are big time capitalists (and I'm not talking Michael Porter-type capitalists Double standards because it's acceptable now in some of the same and certain political circles for big business and Wall Street to care about big profits and making money but not for union members to care about making a livable wage.


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