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Andy Stern

Andrew L. "Andy" Stern (born November 22, 1950), is the former president of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). Stern is currently a senior fellow at Columbia University. Stern supports federal legislation to create universal health care, expansion of union ranks via the Employee Free Choice Act, more regulations on business, profit sharing for employees and higher taxes

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When I left SEIU, we had started this quality public service agenda to say to our members what I thi ...

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The AFL-CIO is a structure that divides workers' strength by allowing each union to organize in any ...

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Manufacturing and other unskilled professions that were union jobs, that allowed people to live a mi ...

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Republicans have been very successful. There are three things Americans don't like: big unions, big ...

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The union is much more than me, and when you think the union is you and it's not about who you repre ...

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I would say the issue for the labor movement in the United States is not structural... there is no c ...

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I would say that workers in general, and white workers particularly, are correct that their economic ...

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I was too much of a victim of the model I created. I tried Change to Win and helping Obama, and then ...

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Once, a union job at GM or AT&T; was a bridge to success. Now, a nonunion Wal-Mart job is a bridge t ...

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In 1972, I signed a union card for SEIU. And for the last 38 years, 14 as president, it's been my li ...

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College is about three things: homework, fun, and sleep...but you can only choose two.

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Wal-Mart provides a chilling example of the damage that low-wage, nonunion corporations can wreak, a ...

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Unions should not be lapdogs to a political party, they should be watchdogs for their members intere ...

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Wal-Mart is the sewer pipe through which good jobs are being flushed.

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Workers of the world unite. It's not just a slogan anymore.

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