Example sentences for: afl-cio

How can you use “afl-cio” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • USAT 's AFL-CIO coverage lends plenty of credence to the idea that the organization is genuinely undecided about Gore vs.

  • Many opinion-makers think Al Gore's campaign is "getting into desperate trouble" (Robert Novak, Capital Gang ), and George Stephanopoulos (ABC's This Week ) thinks Gore might lose the AFL-CIO's endorsement if Clinton brings China into the World Trade Organization.

  • In 1946, the AFL-CIO launched "Operation Dixie," an abortive attempt to organize the entire region, but it collapsed when unions proved more interested in raiding other unions for members than in organizing new workers.

  • To break through that barrier, the AFL-CIO will need to convince a majority of Americans--or at least a muscular plurality--that solidarity is good for what ails us.

  • The AFL-CIO considers this non-negotiable, as do most Democrats.

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