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Dec. 17, 1996
The International Union of Aluminum, Brick & Glass Workers merged with United Steelworkers of America.

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Jan. 10, 2018 | ORGANIZING | […] The only thing that stands between an individual worker and a giant company is an association of employees. In this country, that usually means a union. And yes, unions do get big, are often clumsy, and, like all large institutions, can get lazy. But no other entity stands between managers and owners singularly focused on higher profits like an active union advocating for employee rights. No one else pushes not just for wages, but also working conditions, safety, pensions, health care, vacations, and a voice for grievances. Taken all together, those benefits mitigate the all-powerful employer’s prerogatives… Peoples World
 
 
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