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Newly elected United Auto Workers president Dennis Williams urged members Thursday to join the fight to “take back” the country that has been “handcuffed by extremists.

Williams, 61, elected Wednesday to replace outgoing president Bob King, also said its time for the union to stand up and accept no more concessions in negotiations with corporations.

But during his 30-minute speech in front of more than 1,000 elected union delegates, Williams did not specifically mention eliminating the controversial two-tier wage system — one of the top reasons many delegates said they voted for the former Marine.
 



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