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        Labor Unions Weakened by Recession

        The current recession has severely undercut the bargaining power of labor unions and workers' abilities to strike and gain concessions from company leadership. In this video, Economics Correspondent Paul Solman visits Rochester, New York, where 300 workers at the Mott's juice and apple sauce factory called a strike on May 23.

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