What's Behind America's 'Union Moment'?
Membership rates in American labor unions have been in a steady decline since the late 1950s. Nationwide “Right to Work” laws have also reduced their capacity to raise funds.
Reset sits down with a labor historian to understand why, despite these setbacks, unions are getting bolder in their organizing tactics and seeing an increase in public support.
GUEST: Elizabeth Shermer, Associate Professor of History at Loyola University Chicago