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Organized labor has been the hottest trend of the summer. The picket line has replaced the red carpet in Hollywood. The U.S. economy narrowly missed a disaster when UPS and unionized employees came to a last minute agreement. And, just last week, the United Auto Workers union began a historic strike at three of America’s largest automakers.
While the level of organization is still nowhere near the highs seen in unions’ heyday, there has been a notable shift in sentiments on unionized labor in the United States. It has been a “hot labor summer,” but falling temperatures won’t be
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