Andy Stern's Mission Impossible
Andy Stern should be riding high. In late April, he was elected president of the Service Employees' International Union, the country's fastest-growing union. SEIU's success in recruiting low-wage janitors, nursing home aides, and other, often minority, service workers helped to catapult Stern's predecessor, John J. Sweeney, to the head of the AFL-CIO last fall. Stern can bask in that glory, since he was Sweeney's deputy in charge of organizing new members since 1984.
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