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Women as Leaders in the Union Movement
Women as leaders in the union movement

Women's role as leaders in the union movement is closely related to women's involvement as union members as well as their participation in paid labor. Since colonial times, women have participated in the American labor movement as activists fighting for better working conditions for themselves as well as supporting fathers, husbands, and other male workers. However, the relationship between women and the labor movement must be described as ambivalent. Although unionization has always been beneficial for women as well as all people of color, unions at ...

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