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July 09, 2002

Unions as Corporate Watchdogs

While Enron's collapse will be terrible for all its workers, there are at least 1700 Enron employees who at least didn't lose their pensions-- the 1700 union employees who protected their pensions with a union contract. As this Indianapolis Star column notes, the best corporate watchdogs are those who clock in to work there every day and strengthening unions is the best medicine for the disease of corporate greed.

Posted by Nathan at July 9, 2002 12:15 PM

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