The Case of Northwest Airlines: Workers' Rights & Wrongs
Against The Current vol. 125

Rachleff, Peter
Date Written:  2006-11-01
Publisher:  Against The Current
Year Published:  2006
Resource Type:  Article
Cx Number:  CX13292

Four years ago, when asked by an academic journal to write about whether the strike was still a viable weapon in labor’s “arsenal,” my title was blunt: “Is the Strike Dead?”(1) As is my style, I introduced some historical material and offered an analysis of the anti-labor bias of the past 25 years, during which the number of “large” strikes (involving 1,000 or more workers) had declined from more than 400 per year to less than 30.

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