Labor; Loopholes and Legacies

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Subways and buses shut down for a few days just before Christmas in 2005 when workers went on strike. 25 years in 25 days continues as New York Times reporter Steven Greenhouse discusses how labor unions have fared since. Plus: campaign finance loopholes may be helping Governor Cuomo’s campaign; speed dating for mom friends; and Princeton professor Cornel West reexamines the legacies of leading black activists.