WSJ Opinion: Main Street by William McGurn

Episode 36

WSJ Opinion: Joe Biden, ‘Union Guy’

McGurn: "The Amazon defeat complicates Biden's American Jobs Plan, which seeks to reverse the slide in private union membership from a peak of 34.8% in 1954 to 6.3% today."

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Main Street: The president’s labor agenda is the same one he brought to Washington in 1973. Images: Getty Images/AP Video Composite: Mark Kelly

WSJ Opinion: Main Street by William McGurn

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