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Union Free Radio, Ep. 6: Unions Need Amazon More Than Amazon Workers Need a Union

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As unions like the Teamsters continue to target Amazon, it has become increasingly clear that Unions Need Amazon More Than Amazon Workers Need A Union.

‘It’s not you, it’s us…’

Beyond the RWDSU’s recent debacle trying to unionize thousands of Amazon workers in Bessemer, Alabama, it is becoming increasingly clear that unions need Amazon more than Amazon workers need unions.

In this episode, using a Teamsters’ Proposed Resolution to Organize Amazon, Union Free Radio host and RedState.com contributor Peter List gives context as to why unions are so threatened by Amazon and its union-free status.


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