For the first time in almost a half-century, support for labor unions in the United States has eclipsed the two-thirds mark, a Gallup poll released Thursday shows. It is a sign that after decades of anti-union sentiment, the pendulum, as is inevitable of most political questions, has swung in the opposite direction.

There is a reason for that as those at the top of the corporate ladder have reaped billions of dollars at the expense of the rank and file workers who have seen little gain from more than a decade of economic growth.

This editorial was written by Michael Morris, managing editor of The Facts.

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I don’t trust Gallop. My son belongs to a Inion and they have worked well with employer and employees

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