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Professor says weakened union has created ‘negative spiral,’ but local GOP chairman disagrees

September 3, 2012
By William Kibler ( , The Altoona Mirror

In the early 1900s, Henry Ford paid his workers more than he had to, because he wanted them to earn enough to buy the cars they produced, according to Paul Clark, head of Penn State's Department of Labor Studies and Employment Relations.

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