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The New York Times > Washington > Campaign 2004 > While United in Politics, Unions Face Internal Rifts

The New York Times > Washington > Campaign 2004 > While United in Politics, Unions Face Internal Rifts: "While United in Politics, Unions Face Internal Rifts
By STEVEN GREENHOUSE

BOSTON, July 30 - The nation's labor unions have rallied behind John Kerry after being openly divided just a few months ago when many unions backed Representative Richard A. Gephardt for president while others supported Howard Dean, the former Vermont governor.
But behind their newfound unity in politics, the nation's unions are in turmoil, with some labor leaders maneuvering to become the A.F.L.- C.I.O.'s next president and some hinting that they might pull out of the organization. Some union presidents, alarmed that the labor movement is shrinking, are calling for a radical overhaul of organized labor, while others angrily accuse them of trying to dictate policies and of washing labor's dirty laundry in public"

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