BRAINTREE, Mass.—Elizabeth Warren bounded to the front of a union meeting hall here last week and delivered a message tailored for the crowd.
Dad was a maintenance man, said the Democratic U.S. Senate candidate, a Harvard Law School professor and consumer-finance watchdog. She once taught public school—”can we hear it for public-school teachers!”—and her brother operated a crane, she told the Utility Workers Union of America, Local 369. Then she launched into her list of concerns.
“As for unions,” she said, “it’s been an outright attack.”
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