Brothers on the Line 2014 NR

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Labor leader Walter Reuther and his brothers face violent opposition on the road to building the United Auto Workers union, a 40-year crusade from factory shop floor to national spotlight of civil rights activism and inner-circle Washington politics.

Starring:
Walter Reuther, Martin Sheen
Runtime:
1 hour 21 minutes

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Brothers on the Line

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Product Details

Genres Documentary
Director Sasha Reuther
Starring Walter Reuther, Martin Sheen
Supporting actors Victor Reuther, Roy Reuther, Ted Kennedy, John F. Kennedy, Robert F. Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson, Martin Luther King, Andrew Young, George Meany, Henry Ford, Harry Bennett, John Conyers, Doug Fraser, Dolores Huerta, Gordon Baker, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Paul Schrade, Jerry Tucker
Studio Porter Street Pictures
MPAA rating NR (Not Rated)
Rental rights 48 hour viewing period. Details
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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An educational and inspirational film on organized labor and the immense good that unionism has done for improving the lives of the working class in America.

Hopefully this documentary will serve to educate a new generation on the positive influence which unions in general, and more specifically, the UAW, has had in building the middle class and serving as a powerful vehicle for civil rights and social justice.

This is not so much a reaffirmation of a forgotten or lost history, but rather a new shining of the light of truth on a history which has been slandered, disparaged and lied about by the powerful and corrupting influence of corporate money and thirty plus years of intentional anti-union misinformation in all areas of public discourse.

Its time to stop the lies, time to fight back against the corporate culture of greed and exploitation which is threatening the economic prosperity of this nation, destroying the middle class and once again squeezing the life out of the working poor.

We can change our economic course...we did it before...the Reuther Brothers and the UAW are a testament to that...and we can do it again. We just have to organize and work together in a spirit of common cause and solidarity for the betterment of all, not just the privileged few, for the nation as a whole and not just those who live behind mansion gates paid for by the exploited labor of America's hard working men and women.
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Excellent film. Inspirational. People Like Walter don't exsist anymore.
This is a must watch for everyone. Shows how could we have it and how we're losing it all.
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Excellent video depicting the struggle of working class people in the United States.
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By fifteen two on August 16, 2014
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Valuable documentary to know how the middle class came to be.
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