By Nick Carey GRAND RAPIDS, Mich., Sept 28 (Reuters) - Gregg Shotwell says that by agreeing to a new contract with General Motors Corp the United Auto Workers has ceased to be a union. "The UAW is now a corporation," he said, sitting on the back porch of his home in a leafy neighborhood of Grand Rapids, Michigan. "It has become UAW Incorporated." Shotwell says he is one of a large number of UAW members angry at the union for the groundbreaking contract it concluded with the top U.S. ...
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