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The history of the UAW is the story of ordinary working men and women accomplishing extraordinary things through the strength of their solidarity and the power of their collective action.
Through the creative use of the collective bargaining process, the UAW consistently leads the union movement in breaking new ground for working families and retirees.
The UAW, however, is more than a collective bargaining agent -- we are a social movement committed to dealing with the problems of all people.
Our Union's vision always has reached beyond the bargaining table and the workplace to our role as citizens in a democratic society.
Throughout our history, the UAW has been a force for social and economic progress for all working people. Over the decades, we've never been afraid to change strategies and tactics to adapt to new social and economic realities. But one thing that never changes is our unshakable commitment to these fundamental principles:
— from the Preamble to the UAW Constitution