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NPR's Michel Martin speaks with the president of the AFL-CIO, Richard Trumka, about union strategies following the midterm elections.

MICHEL MARTIN, HOST:

There was plenty of punditry plastered across cable news last week. But, as the dust settles, there is one story that has come to define this election: working people standing together to make a difference. The labor movement unleashed an unprecedented political program this year. Across the country, union members made the difference, fighting for our issues, for union candidates and for our proven allies.

Mark York Writes on “Power of Unity!”

The power of unity was exemplified in Dallas on election night. Over 50 labor activists took a bus to cruise to four separate election watch parties. We paraded in together to each of them singing “Solidarity Forever,” and the other election activists loved it!