By Star-Ledger Guest Columnist | Sep 2, 2019
By John Costa
Once thought to be on their dying breath, unions in the United States are bouncing back, driven by immense public interest in combating income inequality and creating a better and fairer experience for current and future generations of Americans.
As the international president of the Amalgamated Transit Union with over 200,000 members, I know that American workers are fed up. American workers understand that our rigged economy advantages the ultra-rich and shortchanges main street.
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