Albert Einstein Said Join a Union

I consider it important, indeed urgently necessary, for intellectual workers to get together, both to protect their own economic status and also, generally speaking, to secure their influence in the political field. - Albert Einstein, Time magazine’s

Albert Einstein, Time magazine’s “Person of the 20th Century” was a visionary scientist, philosopher, teacher — and a union member. In fact, he was a founding member of the Princeton Federation of Teachers Local 552, signing its charter in 1938.

Albert Einstein said, “I consider it important, indeed urgently necessary, for intellectual workers to get together, both to protect their own economic status and also, generally speaking, to secure their influence in the political field.”

Albert Einstein was smart enough to join a union and advocate that others do the same.

FDA bargaining unit employees in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas, or Utah can join by completing Standard Form 1187, Request for Payroll Deductions for Labor Organization Dues, signing it electronically, and emailing it using the Email button on the form.