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The remaining chapters provide detailed accounts of specific EU initiatives, analysing the influence of the EU "as an actor" on national unions.
Knudsen analyses the relationship between EWCs and trade unions, arguing that disagreements among national unions have limited the EWCs' success.
The combination of these sources affords an in-depth history of how organized crime groups worked methodically to corrupt national union leaders in the l930s and in so doing undercut the only recently won gains of union members.
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.
CIO-style national unions, he believes, are to be condemned for restraining workers' latent militancy and rationalizing capitalism (if only temporarily).
Goldstein of Boston, as general counsel of the national union, which represents approximately 50,000 employees in the electric, gas and water industries.
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.
Final approval by the national union offices is expected later this month.

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