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Monday, November 12, 2001 FULL SHOW | HEADLINES | PREVIOUS: East Timorese Recall Santa Cruz Massacre Ten Years...
2001-11-12

Labor Activists Describe the Changed Landscape for Workers Since September 11

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This weekend in Boston thousands of people gathered for a major rally sponsored by Democracy Rising. Among thespeakers were labor activists describing how workers have been most affected by the economic aftermath of theSeptember 11 attacks.

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  • Gary Nilsson, Communications Workers of America, Andover Mass.

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