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The UAW's traditional tactics of walkouts, sit-ins and strikes can't help it fight the latest threats to its fading influence.

The union, already weakened by the proliferation of foreign auto plants in the South, low-wage competition in Mexico and decades of factory closures on its home turf, is now reeling from a haymaker delivered by its own leadership: a $4.5 million corruption scandal reigniting complaints that the UAW has gotten too cozy with company executives.



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Greed And Corruption Could Deal The Death Blow To The UAW

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