By Andrew Stern CHICAGO, Sept 27 (Reuters) - U.S. unions, taking lessons and tactics learned from the effort to arrest organized labor's long decline, say next year's presidential election will be crucial to their resurgence. "You have more ground-level, grass-roots excitement about this election -- this is our election," said Greg Denier of the Change to Win coalition, which is composed of seven unions representing 6 million workers. Denier said union polls showed most Americans ...
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