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    :: Tuesday, August 02, 2005 ::

    Labor movement's future even more in doubt - By STEVEN THOMMA, Knight Ridder, Buffalo News
    The labor rift 'should be a huge wake-up call for employers,' said Philip Rosen, who leads the labor practice group at Jackson Lewis LLP, a law firm representing companies in workplace cases. 'They really need to look at it and say: 'The fight is coming to my work site tomorrow.'
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