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For Labor Day

Perceived Drawbacks and Misgivings Notwithstanding, I Still Must Give Credit to the Labor Movement Where It’s Due By Ken K. Gourdin In a recent op-ed that appeared in The Salt Lake Tribune, Kate Rubalcava says the following about Labor Day: … Continue reading

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Unions Ain’t What They Used to Be

The Old Gray Unions, They Ain’t What They Used to Be By Ken K. Gourdin There’s an old song whose refrain is, “The old gray mare, she ain’t what she used to be many long years ago.”  I wonder if … Continue reading

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