Democrats Abroad
On the Union episode, 18 sept, I was struck by how little the group, Galen included, seemed to know about the issue. I am not referring to the game, where over/underestimating public opinion is common, but it seemed like nobody knew much about Union history, recent or otherwise. Galen quipped, toward the end, that perhaps people support unions more because unions are weak. Perhaps. But his example of a counterfactual was that people might be less supportive when teacher unions strike and their kids can’t go to school. Well, we know something about this, and in recent history huge numbers of Chicagoans supported their striking teachers, and that fact was important in the Union winning a robust contract. It is just an example, but I would like to see an expert panel that actually knows something about the issue. Robert Curley, Universidad de Guadalajara
RECurley via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/24/23
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