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United Auto Workers

A U.S. labor union based in Detroit that was established in 1935 to represent workers in the American automotive industry.
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(11.) See especially The Auto Worker, The Auto Workers News, the early years of United Automobile Worker, and the various Communist shop papers, such as The Ford Worker, The Fisher Body Worker, The Dodge Worker, The Hudson Worker, etc., and the automobile worker oral histories at the Walter P.
This biography traces Sugar's life from his roots as the son of a Jewish storekeeper in Michigan's Upper Peninsula through his youthful involvement with the Socialist Party of Debs, his roles as an activist labor lawyer in Detroit and as General Council of the United Automobile Workers Union, and his dismissal by Walter Reuther in 1947.
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Each in its own way makes an important contribution to our understanding of the formative years of the United Automobile Workers (UAW) and will be of use to both scholars and activists.
United Automobile Workers (UAW) members soundly rejected a contract offer from Caterpillar, Inc., but will be returning to work soon, ending a 17-month strike.
The only difference between you and the supersuccessful is that they have bigger dreams!' It was the white rip-off of "I Am Somebody,' and it played well with the General Motors and United Automobile Workers officials who joined Schuller on the dais.
For Jimmy Carter, the legislation offered a means to try to retain the support of the United Automobile Workers in the face of a seemingly strong 1980 presidential primary challenge from Senator Edward M.
The leadership of the United Automobile Workers (UAWO, long recognized as racial progressives, promised to end racial discrimination in hiring and promotion and stop foreman abuses but, in practice, union officials bowed to the wishes of their conservative White members who wanted to maintain their monopoly on skilled jobs and promotions.
Negotiators for Local 2488 of the United Automobile Workers (UAW) and Mitsubishi Motor Manufacturing of America reached agreement on a new 3-year labor contract that provided gains in wages, health care, and retirement benefits for some 3,200 workers at the company's plant in Normal, IL.
The United Automobile Workers, worried that a wave of cheaply made Korean cars in the American market could further undercut American jobs, has sharply attacked South Korea's labor policies and, in retaliation, is fighting to remove its duty-free privileges in the U.S.
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