Looking for the Union LabelStreaming Video - 2006
Union membership continues to lag and even the term "collective bargaining" carries a decidedly un-American connotation. Why have labor unions lost much of the influence they once exerted on the U.S. economy? In this program, a variety of labor leaders and social and political activists examines the dynamic shift in labor-management relations over the past four decades that has changed the face of the American workplace. Among those interviewed are Ralph Nader, George Washington University professor of law Charles Craver, Detroit AFL-CIO president Donald Boggs, and Teamsters leaders and organizers.
Publisher: New York, N.Y. : Films Media Group, , c2001
Alternative Title: Looking for the union label