Christine Owens

National Employment Law Project

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Christine Owens is Executive Director of the National Employment Law Project, a research and advocacy organization that promotes the interests of low-wage and unemployed workers.

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Organized labor was the foundation of America's middle class in the aftermath of the Great Depression. Recently, the unions have fallen on hard times.

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Organized labor was the foundation of America's middle class in the aftermath of the Great Depression. Recently, the unions have fallen on hard times.

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