Ref. No: 0377 Irish America: The Church and the Trade Unions

////Ref. No: 0377 Irish America: The Church and the Trade Unions

Ref. No: 0377 Irish America: The Church and the Trade Unions

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Country: USA
Year: 25.06.1995
Dur: 26.18

The United States is one of the few countries in the world where the Catholic Church and the Trade Unions have always been supportive of each other. Part of the reason may have been the fact that a quite disproportionate number of labour leaders have been Irish or Irish Americans.

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