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AFL and CIO Unions represented in the ISR’s labor and antisemitism project

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This appendix section contains information about the AFL and CIO unions represented in the ISR's labor and antisemitism project. It also provides the number of interviewees attended in both the unions. The distribution, by individual unions, of AFL members interviewed seems sufficiently variegated, however, to convey a general idea of reactions in individual trades. The claim that the data "convey a general idea of reactions in individual trades" is suspect if not spurious. In fact it borders on the absurd. The breakdown of data into separate unions is pointless. Only aggregated into broad categories of AFL, CIO, and non-union does the data stand up for meaningful interpretation. The report states: "Future investigations will have to be systematically centered on individual unions".

Keywords: AFL unions; antisemitism; CIO unions; Institute of Social Research (ISR); labor



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