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We had seniors, blacks, whites—a real coalition of people—and we had a lot of them in Mississippi for the AFL-CIO.Bernie Sanders Is Showing Us the Socialist Way to Run for President|David Freedlander|November 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
He named New Jersey Rep. Frank LoBiondo, who the AFL-CIO endorsed.
These public-sector workers were members of divisions of the AFL-CIO and SEIU, respectively.Why Progressives Shouldn’t Support Public Workers Unions|Dmitri Mehlhorn|July 11, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Yes, these and other groups are in reality as closely tied to the Republican Party as the AFL-CIO is to the Democrats.Why Hillary Clinton Should Go a-Knocking on Ralph Reed’s Door|Jeff Greenfield|June 15, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“With a Republican Senate, all kinds of things are going to reach his desk,” says Bill Samuel of the AFL-CIO.Here’s What Happens When the GOP Takes Over the Senate|Michael Tomasky|April 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
“Just like Cio-Cio-San,” he muttered to himself, as he dipped his hands into icy water for a morning splash.
Had it been stolen from her, or was this strange interpreter, who had doubtless just now saved his life, Cio-Cio-San 158 herself?
Montgomery admitted that he blamed the cio-root for his sufferings.
All respectable chemists, Montgomery assures me, keep the cio-root.
The Italians say: 'Le avversità sono per l'animo cio ch' è un temporale per l'aria.'Willis the Pilot|Johanna Spyri
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Abbreviation for the American Federation of Labor–Congress of Industrial Organizations, two groups that merged in 1955 to become the largest federation of labor unions in the United States. Member unions, including a variety of workers from machinists to musicians, make up over seventy percent of the unionized labor force in the United States.