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AFL-CIO president John Sweeney, right, is joined on stage by union members in recognition of their organizing efforts during the labor union's annual convention Monday at Chicago's Navy Pier. The Teamsters and a major service employees union bolted Monday from the AFL-CIO, considered a stunning exodus for an embattled movement already struggling to build its ranks and cope with a rapidly changing work environment.

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