By James Deacon / Business Insider James Deacharne/Business Insider It’s not too late to get out of the trade union business, if you’ve been in one for years.
In fact, the US trade union movement has been the last major industry to fall under attack from the likes of the Trump administration, which wants to cut down on union members and the ability to collectively bargain.
As unions fight back against the Trump regime, we spoke to several people about the challenges facing the US union movement.
The Guardian: So you were the first union leader to call out Trump’s election.
Why do you think that’s the case?
Is it because you’re in a union?
Is there a reason that you think union leaders should be so open and bold?
Jimmie: The union movement is not a monopoly.
The vast majority of people in unions are not union members.
The majority of union members in America are working class people who are concerned about their jobs.
So the reason unions are so open is because working class folks have so much power, and so much control over how we organize our workplaces, that the system is designed to prevent the union from getting more powerful.
That’s why unions are such a force in this country.
They have such a large influence on our politics and our economic and political system, and it’s the reason why unions have become so important.
If you think about what happened in Britain, the union movement was a very powerful force in the UK.
The government and Labour Party went to war over the union, and then Labour was defeated by the Tories in 1979, which meant the Conservatives had taken over.
But the Tories won the election and came back and won the next election in 1983, which was the first time that the Conservatives could win an election.
They did it again in 1997, and they were able to defeat the Labour Party again in 2010.
They won the last election in 2017.
The Conservatives won an absolute majority in the House of Commons in 2020, and were able, through the Conservative Party, to change the rules of the House to give them a majority in all of the constituencies they wanted.
The House of Lords, which is the upper house of parliament, is controlled by Labour.
So there’s this huge imbalance between the power that the Labour party holds in the upper chamber and the power the Tories have in the lower chamber.
So unions have a lot of power in the country and, you know, they’re going to do whatever it takes to try and protect their power.
The fact that they’re being threatened now in the US, they’ll be able to do everything they can to protect their union.
But if you look at the US in general, you’ve got a big middle class, you have a large number of people who have been union members for decades, and that’s where most of the attacks are coming from.
The Trump administration is really worried about unions.
They’re worried about union density, about the number of union jobs, and about the ability of workers to collectively collectively bargain for better pay, working conditions, and other issues.
And the trade unions are really weak.
So that’s one of the reasons why unions aren’t as strong in the United States as they should be.
The other thing that they do that unions don’t do is that they’ve been trying to organize workers in this economy.
They’ve been fighting against outsourcing, against the destruction of unionism in the manufacturing sector, and against the privatization of unions.
And so they’re really focusing on their own political agenda.
But I do think that the trade-union movement is on the brink of collapse.
Jimmie Deacham / Business Insiders James Deakarne / Business Influencers / Reuters: What do you see as the next steps for unions in the coming year?
Jim: We’re going through some very difficult times right now, but unions are on the ropes.
I mean, the Democrats are in charge in Washington right now.
The Republicans have the White House.
The Democrats control Congress.
There’s no opposition to Trump in Congress, but there’s a lot to do in Congress.
So what I’m seeing right now is that unions are going through a really tough time.
They need to be very strong and very visible and have a very big presence in the political process, because the Trump era is a disaster for unions.
The whole Democratic Party is in crisis.
So, I think unions are gonna have a hard time in 2020.
And, in 2020 and 2021, they will be in trouble.
But in 2021 and 2022, they can really take advantage of the political climate.
That was the last time that unions did that.
So I think we’ll see that in 2020 with a lot more pressure on unions.
Jim: The next big issue that’s going to be faced by unions in 2021 is the role of the Trans-Pacific Partnership.
That trade agreement, the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, was signed last month and