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Henry Greenspan: 'I'm a Union Man'

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Ann Arbor, Mich., resident Henry Greenspan explained in a recent letter to the editor in the Lansing State Journal that state legislators trying to enact a "right to work" for less law are not looking out for the best interests of working families. 

Greenspan writes:

Michigan’s Republican legislators are not union men or women. They are party men and women. They are special interest men and women. They are puppet men and women. They are not international experts on anything. They teach no one. But they do not hesitate to try to destroy the small amount of collective representation that my own teaching job allows. They do not have my back. And they do not have the backs of your children.

I am not a puppet, pirate, or privateer. I am a union man.

Read the full letter: "Henry Greenspan: Union man's view on right to work."

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