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Ask yourself: what do I know about this union's history?

You can tell a lot about an organization by their history.

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The United Auto Workers (UAW) is one of the nation’s fastest dying private-sector labor unions. But just because you're old, doesn't mean you're wise. Principally representing employees in the automotive trades through its infancy, the UAW has had to adapt itself to representing "any" of hundreds of industries, including airline, aerospace, healthcare, manufacturing, assembly, nursing homes, retail, grocery, woodworking, trucking and more.


Once representing over 1.5 million active members, today the UAW only represents a mere 383,000 members. The UAW has LOST more than 1,171,000 members (75%) since their peak.

Want to learn more about the United Auto Workers' rich history? Published by  

Check out this article concerning UAW Intimidation and Harassment.

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