A half-century ago, labor unions’ prodigious political influence might not have seemed so oversized. Nearly a third of American workers belonged to a union when memberships peaked in 1953. Now these organizations represent only one-eighth of the national workforce, but they’ve kept lots of lawmaking friends — including many Republicans. True, most GOP officeholders oppose […]
Bradley Vasoli is a staff writer at the Bulletin in Philadelphia.
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