If you apply the tools of dialectical materialism, this talk about a “compromise” on the Employee Free Choice Act makes more sense.
From People’s Weekly World, the newsite and newspaper of the American communists, “Rumor of card check’s ‘death’ is greatly exaggerated“:
The labor movement, for the last three or more years, has marched, picketed, sat in, demonstrated, petitioned and engaged in major strikes from one end of the country to the other. It mobilized for the 2006 and 2008 elections on all levels, reshaped the face of Capitol Hill, changed the Congress, changed the Senate and was critical in the election of perhaps the most pro-labor administration in U.S. history.
Because of this militancy we are on the verge of seeing serious, major labor law reform in this country.
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