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Why are Unionization Rates at Historic Low?
In 1955, overall rate of unionization was 35 percent; last week, 11.3 percent.
The same week, 2013, Dow Jones Industrial Average on the stock market broke 14,000 for the first time in five years—the market's at a historic high.
Non-unionization correlates with high stock markets?
Non-unionization correlates with growing gap between rich and poor?
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