E.J. Dionne Jr. - When unions mattered, prosperity was sharedQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|The union movement has always been attached to a set of values -- solidarity being the most important, the sense that each should look out for the interests of all. This promoted other commitments: to mutual assistance, to a rough-and-ready sense of equality, to a disdain for elitism, to a belief that democracy and individual rights did not stop at the plant gate or the office reception room.|
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