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The AFL, IWW, and CIO were all created out of frustration with the existing dominant form of unionism at the time. Explain. Also, what does this imply about the future of U.S. unionism?

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The AFL, IWW, and CIO unions were created due to the dominant form of unionism that was taking place, and also created as a way to increase the number of unions. Once unions began appearing in the corporate environment, one of the goals was to establish additional unions, based on the theory that there is greater force and greater impact in numbers. The unions of the time were ...

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Dominant unions: The AFL, IWW, and CIO were all created out of frustration with the existing dominant form of unionism at the time.

Please explain the above. Also, what does this imply about the future of U.S. "unionism"?

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