Been Down So Long...Aaron Bernstein
Even before the economy began to sour, the 1990s looked like a dark decade for organized labor. First, Greyhound Lines Inc. replaced its striking drivers last summer. Then, the New York Daily News tried to put out a paper without its unions. Now, with a recession apparently in full swing, you might think that any union negotiating a new contract in 1991 would have to run at top speed just to stay in place.
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