Richard Trumka, president of the AFL-CIO, the main US labor federation, was unusually buoyant after the House voted down fast track on trade Friday.
Trumka called the vote “a marvelous contrast to the corporate money and disillusionment that normally mark American politics today”. He added that “this was truly democracy in action”, a nod to the millions of Americans who had sent emails, met with lawmakers and marched in the streets to oppose fast track and Trans-Pacific Partnership--or TPP. The TPP is a 12-nation pact that is being negotiated.
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