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Published in Print: June 24, 1998, as Who Is the AFL-CIO?

Who Is the AFL-CIO?

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The labor federation is made up of 72 unions, representing about 13 million employees. Its members include service employees and blue-collar workers, but professionals are the fastest-growing segment. The following labor organizations are among the AFL-CIO's members:

Vol. 17, Issue 41, Page 16

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