I work in a fast growing area where we have a lot of new, young drivers. Most, if not all of these young men are here for the big money & benefits and they take no visible interest in the union or its activities. Watching this transformation in our workforce has made me wonder. It seems that a lot of the struggles that past teamsters have gone thru has now come home to roost. In other words, young drivers today are the beneficiaries of all the hard times that the teamsters of the 1950s, 60s, 70s, and even 80s fought for. These young guys are spoiled and have it so good they dont realize it. They are members but take no interest in the union and probably rarely vote. I fear that their waning interest doesnt bode well for the future of the union if this is a nationwide problem. Any comments?