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old LABOR UNION PIn anti Fast Track 1997 NAFTA Railroad
old LABOR UNION PIn anti Fast Track 1997 NAFTA Railroad
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1921 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA 1
1921 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA 1
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1947 UAW pin United AUTO Workers LABOR UNION pinback button
1947 UAW pin United AUTO Workers LABOR UNION pinback button
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FORD UAW Enamel pin AUTOMOBILE Labor UNION Car pinback
FORD UAW Enamel pin AUTOMOBILE Labor UNION Car pinback
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vintage pin badge 25 years Union Labor Omnia Vincit 2g sterling silver 5 8 nmt
vintage pin badge 25 years Union Labor Omnia Vincit 2g sterling silver 5 8 nmt
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Vintage Labor Union Pinback Buttons Mixed set of 3 Steelworkers Federal Employee
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AFGE Labor Union Walked Talked Won President Barack Obama Pin Pinback Button
AFGE Labor Union Walked Talked Won President Barack Obama Pin Pinback Button
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President Barack Obama Biden 2008 Pin Button AFSCME Labor Union Jugate Pinback
President Barack Obama Biden 2008 Pin Button AFSCME Labor Union Jugate Pinback
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Late 1800s AOUW Badge Ancient Order United Workmen LABOR UNION Precursor pendant
Late 1800s AOUW Badge Ancient Order United Workmen LABOR UNION Precursor pendant
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1920s Labor UNION pinback B of L E Brotherhood of Railway Engineers RAILROAD
1920s Labor UNION pinback B of L E Brotherhood of Railway Engineers RAILROAD
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1920 pin LABOR UNION Brotherhood RAILROAD Trainmen BTR
1920 pin LABOR UNION Brotherhood RAILROAD Trainmen BTR
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1921 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA 4
1921 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA 4
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Vintage LABOR UNION Mini badge CIO Scales of JUSTICE PAC
Vintage LABOR UNION Mini badge CIO Scales of JUSTICE PAC
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Vintage pin TEAMSTERS Labor UNION pinback Banks for President TRUCK Drivers
Vintage pin TEAMSTERS Labor UNION pinback Banks for President TRUCK Drivers
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1937 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback 2
1937 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback 2
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2 LABOR UNION Street Electric Railway pin 1940 1941
2 LABOR UNION Street Electric Railway pin 1940 1941
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1934 LABOR UNION pin MILK Drivers DAIRY Employees AFL ICE CREAM Drivers
1934 LABOR UNION pin MILK Drivers DAIRY Employees AFL ICE CREAM Drivers
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1992 pin UNION LABOR for CLINTON  GORE Jugate pinback
1992 pin UNION LABOR for CLINTON GORE Jugate pinback
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1942 pin WWII HOMEFRONT LABOR UNION AFL American Federation of GRAIN Processors
1942 pin WWII HOMEFRONT LABOR UNION AFL American Federation of GRAIN Processors
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Vintage Bartenders and Culinary Workers Labor Union Local 595 Pinback Button
Vintage Bartenders and Culinary Workers Labor Union Local 595 Pinback Button
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Lot of 30  Vintage UAW Union Labor Safety Pinback Buttons
Lot of 30 Vintage UAW Union Labor Safety Pinback Buttons
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Building Trades 1939 AF OF L Seattle Labor Union Vintage Button Pinback
Building Trades 1939 AF OF L Seattle Labor Union Vintage Button Pinback
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Building Trades 1940 AF OF L Seattle Labor Union Vintage Button Pinback
Building Trades 1940 AF OF L Seattle Labor Union Vintage Button Pinback
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AF of L Labor Union Pinback Boiler Makers LOCAL 104 SEATTLE 1942
AF of L Labor Union Pinback Boiler Makers LOCAL 104 SEATTLE 1942
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1982 LABOR UNION Movement pin SOCIAL JUSTICE Strength Through Struggle pinback
1982 LABOR UNION Movement pin SOCIAL JUSTICE Strength Through Struggle pinback
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Vintage Lot Patriotic Labor Union Membership Advertising Pinback Buttons
Vintage Lot Patriotic Labor Union Membership Advertising Pinback Buttons
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1980 pin TED KENNEDY pinback UAW LABOR UNION United Auto Workers
1980 pin TED KENNEDY pinback UAW LABOR UNION United Auto Workers
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Early 1900s pin Junior Order United American MECHANICS pinback LABOR UNION
Early 1900s pin Junior Order United American MECHANICS pinback LABOR UNION
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Early Labor Union Wage Pin WE WANT 10C PER HOUR RAISE Vintage Pinback
Early Labor Union Wage Pin WE WANT 10C PER HOUR RAISE Vintage Pinback
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1 1 2 CELLULOID BUTTON NO OUT CONTRACTING LABOR UNION ISSUE CSEA
1 1 2 CELLULOID BUTTON NO OUT CONTRACTING LABOR UNION ISSUE CSEA
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1936 labor union oil refinery advertising pin button
1936 labor union oil refinery advertising pin button
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TP SPRINGFIELD TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL UNION VOTE YES PIN BADGE 41334
TP SPRINGFIELD TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL UNION VOTE YES PIN BADGE 41334
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1972 pin McGOVERN Shriver LABOR Union United WISCONSIN pinback
1972 pin McGOVERN Shriver LABOR Union United WISCONSIN pinback
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Old LABOR UNION pin MACHINISTS pinback Non Partisian POLITICAL League Initial M
Old LABOR UNION pin MACHINISTS pinback Non Partisian POLITICAL League Initial M
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1921 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA 3
1921 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA 3
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1921 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA 2
1921 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA 2
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1988 pin LABOR UNION for DUKAKIS pinback RWDSU Retail Workers DEPARTMENT STORE
1988 pin LABOR UNION for DUKAKIS pinback RWDSU Retail Workers DEPARTMENT STORE
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1988 pin LABOR UNION for DUKAKIS pinback ILGWU International Ladies Garment
1988 pin LABOR UNION for DUKAKIS pinback ILGWU International Ladies Garment
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Vintage Give To Cope 71  I DID  Union Labor AFL CIO Pin Button Pinback
Vintage Give To Cope 71 I DID Union Labor AFL CIO Pin Button Pinback
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13 Vintage 1980s 90s Labor Union Pinback Buttons Keep Our Jobs In America
13 Vintage 1980s 90s Labor Union Pinback Buttons Keep Our Jobs In America
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FEB 1942 VTG LABOR UNION UAW CIO UNITED AUTO WORKERS AVIATION PINBACK BUTTON PIN
FEB 1942 VTG LABOR UNION UAW CIO UNITED AUTO WORKERS AVIATION PINBACK BUTTON PIN
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FEB 1941 VTG LABOR UNION UAW CIO UNITED AUTO WORKERS AVIATION PINBACK BUTTON PIN
FEB 1941 VTG LABOR UNION UAW CIO UNITED AUTO WORKERS AVIATION PINBACK BUTTON PIN
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MAR 1941 VTG LABOR UNION UAW CIO UNITED AUTO WORKERS AVIATION PINBACK BUTTON PIN
MAR 1941 VTG LABOR UNION UAW CIO UNITED AUTO WORKERS AVIATION PINBACK BUTTON PIN
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MAY 1941 VTG LABOR UNION UAW CIO UNITED AUTO WORKERS AVIATION PINBACK BUTTON PIN
MAY 1941 VTG LABOR UNION UAW CIO UNITED AUTO WORKERS AVIATION PINBACK BUTTON PIN
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CIO 1944 pin WWII HOMEFRONT pinback LABOR UNION UPWA MEATPACKING
CIO 1944 pin WWII HOMEFRONT pinback LABOR UNION UPWA MEATPACKING
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old LABOR UNION pin 1940 Kalamazoo BUILDING Trade
old LABOR UNION pin 1940 Kalamazoo BUILDING Trade
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Vintage LABOR DAY Pin JUSTICE FOR ALL  In Union There Is Strength EAGLE Shield
Vintage LABOR DAY Pin JUSTICE FOR ALL In Union There Is Strength EAGLE Shield
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Vintage Pinbacks Inc 1937 AFL Labor Union Pin NIXON AGNEW
Vintage Pinbacks Inc 1937 AFL Labor Union Pin NIXON AGNEW
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UNION LABOR PINBACK BUTTON U B OF C  J OF A 792 A F OF L 1941 RKFD ILL
UNION LABOR PINBACK BUTTON U B OF C J OF A 792 A F OF L 1941 RKFD ILL
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Vintage Pin Back Buttons 1960s 29 lot Union Labor Trades AFL CIO Barre Vt
Vintage Pin Back Buttons 1960s 29 lot Union Labor Trades AFL CIO Barre Vt
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Collective Bargaining Is American Way Labor Union Worker Protest 35 Pin Button
Collective Bargaining Is American Way Labor Union Worker Protest 35 Pin Button
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LOT 11 1914 1929 TROLLEY CAR LABOR UNION PINS LOCAL 169 PINBACK BUTTONS d817
LOT 11 1914 1929 TROLLEY CAR LABOR UNION PINS LOCAL 169 PINBACK BUTTONS d817
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1937 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback 3
1937 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback 3
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15 old LABOR UNION ECONOMIC JUSTICE pins
15 old LABOR UNION ECONOMIC JUSTICE pins
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old UAW pin LABOR union SOLIDARITY 1992 dated NY NJ
old UAW pin LABOR union SOLIDARITY 1992 dated NY NJ
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Lot of 3 Vintage Metal pinbacks 2 UAW 1967  Machinists union labor small
Lot of 3 Vintage Metal pinbacks 2 UAW 1967 Machinists union labor small
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vintage LABOR UNION pin UAW NOVEMBER 1970 STRIKE DUES BUTTON LOCAL 599
vintage LABOR UNION pin UAW NOVEMBER 1970 STRIKE DUES BUTTON LOCAL 599
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Emiliano ZAPATA 1960s pin CHAVEZ Grape Workers UNION Labor BOYCOTT Huelga STRIKE
Emiliano ZAPATA 1960s pin CHAVEZ Grape Workers UNION Labor BOYCOTT Huelga STRIKE
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1920 LABOR UNION pin AFL pinback Erie System Federation 2
1920 LABOR UNION pin AFL pinback Erie System Federation 2
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1939 pin LABOR UNION pinback AFL February button
1939 pin LABOR UNION pinback AFL February button
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FREEDOM SUMMER 1994 old pin Labor Union I ORGANIZE
FREEDOM SUMMER 1994 old pin Labor Union I ORGANIZE
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Support Local One STAGEHANDS LABOR UNION Pin THEATRE
Support Local One STAGEHANDS LABOR UNION Pin THEATRE
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Vintage Chicago Carpenter Labor Union 175 Advertising Pinback Button AFL CIO
Vintage Chicago Carpenter Labor Union 175 Advertising Pinback Button AFL CIO
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4 Vintage 1919 41 Labor Day  Trade Union Pinback Buttons In Union Is Strength
4 Vintage 1919 41 Labor Day Trade Union Pinback Buttons In Union Is Strength
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Group of 3 Unusual ILGWU Ladies Garment Workers Union Pincushions Labor Ca 1960s
Group of 3 Unusual ILGWU Ladies Garment Workers Union Pincushions Labor Ca 1960s
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2016 pin CLINTON pinback LABOR for HILLARY Campaign button UNION
2016 pin CLINTON pinback LABOR for HILLARY Campaign button UNION
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1922 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA
1922 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA
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7 WISCONSIN pin LABOR UNION pinback Anti Scott Walker
7 WISCONSIN pin LABOR UNION pinback Anti Scott Walker
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1922 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA 3
1922 pin LABOR UNION pinback RCIPA 3
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1937 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback
1937 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback
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Union Women Vote Pin Coalition Of Labor Union Women
Union Women Vote Pin Coalition Of Labor Union Women
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IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH LABOR OMNIA VINCIT pro union pinback button c 1930s
IN UNION THERE IS STRENGTH LABOR OMNIA VINCIT pro union pinback button c 1930s
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IBU ILWU RONALD REAGAN IS A UNION BUSTING SOB labor pinback button c 1980s
IBU ILWU RONALD REAGAN IS A UNION BUSTING SOB labor pinback button c 1980s
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LOT 10 of 28 LOT OF VTG PINBACKS BUTTONS LABOR UNION RELATED 49 WHISKER CLUB
LOT 10 of 28 LOT OF VTG PINBACKS BUTTONS LABOR UNION RELATED 49 WHISKER CLUB
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50 Years SEIU 5 8 Member jeweled Post Backed Labor Union Pinback Button Badge
50 Years SEIU 5 8 Member jeweled Post Backed Labor Union Pinback Button Badge
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1940 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback
1940 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback
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1937 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback 4
1937 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback 4
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old pin AFL CIO LABOR UNION AFSCME Local 420 Hospitals
old pin AFL CIO LABOR UNION AFSCME Local 420 Hospitals
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old LABOR UNION Pin TWU March on Albany
old LABOR UNION Pin TWU March on Albany
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TEAMSTERS 1968 LABOR UNION pin pinback button trucking
TEAMSTERS 1968 LABOR UNION pin pinback button trucking
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old 1996 pin AFL CIO LABOR UNION Working WOMEN Vote
old 1996 pin AFL CIO LABOR UNION Working WOMEN Vote
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old 1996 pin AFL CIO LABOR UNION Mujeres Votan
old 1996 pin AFL CIO LABOR UNION Mujeres Votan
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January 1919 AFL American Federation of Labor Pin Pinback Button Vintage Union
January 1919 AFL American Federation of Labor Pin Pinback Button Vintage Union
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Vintage Pin Machinist Union Pinback 1991 Solidarity Day I Was There Labor Union
Vintage Pin Machinist Union Pinback 1991 Solidarity Day I Was There Labor Union
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1980s PRO UNION PRO CHOICE Coalition of Labor Union Women CLUW pinback button
1980s PRO UNION PRO CHOICE Coalition of Labor Union Women CLUW pinback button
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Official Obama 2012 Logo SEIU Labor Union Campaign Pin Pinback Button Badge
Official Obama 2012 Logo SEIU Labor Union Campaign Pin Pinback Button Badge
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1962 LABOR UNION pin AFL CIO Handshake COPE pinback button
1962 LABOR UNION pin AFL CIO Handshake COPE pinback button
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3 CELLULOID BUTTON GOODYEAR TIRE  RUBBER LABOR UNION STRIKE 2006 HEALTH BENIES
3 CELLULOID BUTTON GOODYEAR TIRE RUBBER LABOR UNION STRIKE 2006 HEALTH BENIES
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1939 LABOR UNION pin GASOLINE Station PARKING Attendants TEAMSTERS Milwaukee
1939 LABOR UNION pin GASOLINE Station PARKING Attendants TEAMSTERS Milwaukee
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2 WW II HOMEFRONT 1942 LABOR UNION pin TEAMSTERS pinback DAIRY Employee
2 WW II HOMEFRONT 1942 LABOR UNION pin TEAMSTERS pinback DAIRY Employee
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1937 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback 5
1937 LABOR UNION pin BUTCHER pinback 5
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1950 pin LABOR UNION pinback TROLLEY Cable Car button
1950 pin LABOR UNION pinback TROLLEY Cable Car button
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CETA Rights Now old LABOR Union pin
CETA Rights Now old LABOR Union pin
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3 old CSA LABOR Union pin PRINCIPAL Education
3 old CSA LABOR Union pin PRINCIPAL Education
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LOT 7 1908 1919 TROLLEY CAR LABOR UNION PINS LOCAL 169 PINBACK BUTTONS e363
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Do you think we will ever see some type of labor union for wrestlers + BQ?

BQ: Do you think if wrestlers already had a labor union, that some of these young deaths would of never happened?

Like the work environment wrestlers had would be substantially better. They would have job security and health benefits. So say some of them wouldn't go down the path of drugs to help performance and could end up getting addicted to drugs that would cost them their life.


Best Answer...

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Being involved in a labor dispute right now (one of the major reasons I am semi-retired from Y!A) I can tell you for a solid fact that ALL promoters will do everything they can to prevent the wrestlers from ever becoming organized into a Union.

"Strength in numbers". Unless you are part of a Union you will never know how important that is. Our local's members unanimously chose not to accept the company's contract (the company refused to negotiate any terms of the contract and instead just gave us their "take it or leave it" new set of rules) which would have taken away our job security, seniority, and numerous other rights we have fought for the past several decades, including the right to take legal action against the company if and when they are in violation of existing Labor, Federal, and State laws.

The company, rather than continue to let us work under the existing contract, while negotiations are on-going, exercised THEIR right to "lock out" the Union workers and replace us with scabs. They are playing hardball and are adamant in forcing their new set of rules upon us, taking away our rights as American workers (it should be noted that the company is not American-owned). The fight continues...

In pro wrestling, the owners/promoters have ALL of the power. Period. Any wrestler can be fired at any time for any reason, and for no reason, and that includes the likes of Cena, Undertaker, Orton, Nash, AJ Styles, Kurt Angle, and even Triple H. They are paid what the promoter wants to pay them; they work when the promoter wants them to work; they don't work if the promoter doesn't want them to work. Promoters pay what percentage of medical/dental bills they choose to pay, none of them are required to pay anything, and that includes drug/alcohol rehab facilities.

Wrestlers are required to sign "exclusive" contracts (at least in the WWE and TNA) which explicitly states that they cannot work for competing promotions while employed by the promotion for which they are contracted. While these contracts do call for a specified amount of money to be paid to the wrestlers, it still limits their potential income. If the promotion doesn't use them, they draw only what the contract specifies (it's my understanding that most of the WWE and TNA wrestlers' income comes from merchandising and the "bonuses" that are paid depending where on the card you work, i.e. main events pay more than third match of the card), and cannot work for other promotions to supplement that.

Despite being forced to sign "exclusive" contracts the wrestlers still have no more rights than does any contractor you hire to rebuild your roof or build a patio for you. They do have the right to take legal action against the promoter, though.

Promoters will not ever willingly give up that power. A wrestler can be fired at any time and for any reason, with no recourse. He just packs up and moves on. The promoter holds all of the power as pertains to gimmicks, storylines, and pushes. Wrestlers can suggest ideas, but the promoter has all of the power and makes the decisions. A wrestler can refuse a gimmick or storyline that he/she feels is detrimental to his career and most of the time he/she will be fired for that. Why do you think we see so many bad gimmicks and storylines out there? Because most wrestlers know they'll be fired if they refuse to do them.

Promoters really are dictators with all of the power. Some are decent employers, most are not. It doesn't matter if there are 10 wrestlers on the roster or 200, they are still individuals dealing with the promoter one-on-one and the promoter has all of the power, for money and bookings, pushes and championships.

The only way wrestlers will ever become Unionized is to band together and take a stand against all promoters. Whether they join an existing Union (such as the Screen Actors Guild) or form a brand new one, is up to them. They will have to elect their leadership to represent them and they will have to decide amongst themselves (ALL wrestlers) what rules and guidelines they want the promoters to follow. Then they will have to negotiate with the promoters who will have their own rules and guidelines, and hammer out an agreement for which the wrestlers as a body will vote. And once that agreement is ratified it becomes the "contract" governing all promoters, all promotions, and all wrestlers (in the U.S. at least; other countries' promoters and wrestlers may not want to, and don't have to, be a part of this). It will specify pay scales, health benefits, pension plans (including 401k and IRA accounts), and various other things such as "safe working environment", handling of disputes, sick leave, etc.

In this age of big business, corporate mergers, and tyrannical corporate heads, it is even more important than ever that we don't overlook and forget about the "little guy", the one that's actually in the trenches, working his butt off, making those corporations their money.

Do I think a wrestlers' Union will ever happen?

No. The wrestlers are performers driven by ego and wanting the spotlight for themselves. Few of them really care about what happens to the "other guy". Pro wrestling, especially at the top levels (WWE and TNA) is a very cut-throat business and most of them will cut the "other guy's" legs off if it means a push for himself, especially into a championship which means more money and increased exposure.

Jesse Ventura tried to unionize the wrestlers long ago. He got some support until Vince fired him, then the other wrestlers wandered off, whistling to themselves, checking out the rose bushes outside the building. Jesse was willing and able to stand up to The Man and risk his job in order to help the boys as a whole. The boys weren't. Jesse got fired. The boys didn't. Vince made an example out of Jesse to discourage any future attempts at unionizing themselves.

WWE and TNA pay their main eventers an enormous amount of money. The rest of them don't get paid nearly as much. So there is intense competition for those main events. Just a year or two as a main eventer CAN set a person financially for life. Along with other perks, such as Vince paying for medical treatments to get his main eventer back on TV making him money. Basically, being a mainstream main eventer is just too attractive. I think most of them would rather take their chances on grabbing that brass ring and the truckloads of money and fame it brings, than "settle" for much less money but guaranteed health benefits, etc. And most of them are scared of crossing the promoters. I can tell you from experience that it's definitely not easy to stand up to The Man when that The Man signs your paychecks.

BQ: Absolutely no doubt in my mind, hell yes! Again speaking from experience, being Unionized has made my work-life much safer than it would have been without it. With each contract our plant has become safer and safer, with fewer injuries (especially serious ones) and deaths. "Strength in numbers". The company has to follow rules and regulations and we can refuse any job we feel is unsafe pending an investigation (from Union and company officials) to correct the part(s) we felt was unsafe. The company has a strict drug policy, and the Union cooperates 100% with it.

With a wrestlers Union everybody would have been working toward the same goal: entertaining the fans and going home in one piece.


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