UOPWAUnited Office and Professional Workers of America (early union)
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The remnants of UOPWA then affiliated with District 65 of the Distributive, Processing, and Office Workers of America, which served as a repository for members of various radical unions banished from the CIO.
By the time UOPWA agreed to sign and force retirement of the Communists among its leadership, Local 19 had been decimated.
In its educational and social programs, UOPWA recognized the particular culture of office work.