The rise of the labour movement in the early 20th century was a triumph for America's working class.
But the majority of union members today no longer work in construction, manufacturing or "strong back" jobs. They work for government, which has become the only booming "industry" left in our economy, says Tim Pawlenty, governor of Minnesota.
Publish date: 07 January 2011
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