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  • A union leader runs for Florida Senate

    A union leader runs for Florida Senate

    September 5, 2002

    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – One morning, a week before Labor Day, a dozen volunteers were working the phones to elect union longshoreman, Tony Hill, to the Florida Senate. “Tony is easy to talk to,” said Tim Artis,...

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  • Organizing the unorganized

    Organizing the unorganized

    September 5, 2002

    There is an important and lively debate going on the need for a much larger trade union movement. From rank-and-file organizers to executive boards of the major unions – everyone is brainstorming, comparing experiences and studying...

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  • Profit, control and Wal-Mart equals union-busting

    Profit, control and Wal-Mart equals union-busting

    August 30, 2002

    As the battle over the longshore contract with the Pacific Maritime Association (PMA) intensifies, corporate America is chomping at the bit at the prospect of even greater profits, if it can bust the International Longshore &...

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  • Iraqs people must win democratic patriotic alternative

    Iraqs people must win democratic patriotic alternative

    August 30, 2002

    Following are brief excerpts from the communique issued by the Iraqi Communist Party after its Aug. 15 meeting. The meeting paid exceptional attention to the mounting dangers threatening our people and country, in connection with the...

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  • The search for a mass organizing strategy

    The search for a mass organizing strategy

    August 30, 2002 By John Gallo

    Today, many unions are beginning to realize the need to organize unorganized workers. Some are still learning how to organize. Only a few have had marked success. Perhaps only the Service Employees International Union has had...

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