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Within a few years, the previously unorganized building workers of New York became one of the largest segments of the national union.
UNITE HERE's convention continues through Wednesday, July 1st, with additional remarks by national union leaders including United Food & Commercial Workers President Joseph Hansen, International Union of Operating Engineers President Vincent Giblin, and Laborers' Union President Terry O'Sullivan.
And Janet Irons tells us that southern textile workers fared best when they abandoned national union leadership altogether and relied upon "independent efforts to build solidarity locally and regionally.
Goldstein of Boston, as general counsel of the national union, which represents approximately 50,000 employees in the electric, gas and water industries.
The National Union of Security Professionals campaign is a result of many security officers around the country realizing the need for a national union of security officers that represents its members' interest.
Final approval by the national union offices is expected later this month.
James Clancy, president of the National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE) wrote the Prime Minister and sent a copy of it to Equality for Gays and Lesbians Everywhere (EGALE), among others.

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