George Meany Quotes.
The basic goal of labor will not change. It is – as it has always been, and I am sure always will be – to better the standards of life for all who work for wages and to seek decency and justice and dignity for all Americans.
Anybody who has doubts about the ingenuity or the resourcefulness of a plumber never got a bill from one.
It is impossible to bargain collectively with the government.
Economics was the only profession where a person could be considered an expert without having once been right.
Labor never quits. We never give up the fight – no matter how tough the odds, no matter how long it takes.
The most persistent threat to freedom, to the rights of Americans, is fear.
We heard from the abortionists and we heard from the people who looked like Jacks, acted like Jills and had the odors of Johns.
Every piece of progressive social legislation passed by Congress in the 20th century bears a union label.