The U.S. shipbuilding industry is perhaps the most vivid example of a vanishing industrial base. After World War II there were over 1.2 million shipyard workers in the United States. Now only 200,000 are left. The job losses translate directly into a loss of maritime dominance.
- Tell the House to Extend Unemployment Insurance Benefits
- Tell Congress to Vote 'No' On Any Proposal That Cuts America's Pensions
- Urge House Members to Co-Sponsor the Humphrey-Hawkins Full Employment and Training Act
- Tell Congress to Delay HUD Realignment
- Tell Congress to Vote "No" on Privatizing the Tennessee Valley Authority
- Tell Congress to Vote 'No' On the SKILLS Act and the Preserving Work Requirements for Welfare Programs Act
- Judge Halts Unfair Pennsylvania Voter ID Law – For Now
- Illinois Machinists begin 2nd week on strike at Superior Carriers
- Territory Notches Big Organizing Win in Texas
- 27th Annual Western Territory Retirees Reunion Renews Old Friendships
- Machinists Union Comes Home to Atlanta for 125th Anniversary
- Machinists Union Mobilizes Congressional Support to Thwart United Airlines’ Job Cuts
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