It's Not The Strikers Who Need Protection

Please allow me to put the problem in perspective ("You can't bargain with a striker whose job is no more," Top of the News, Aug. 5). When one gets into a fistfight, which a strike is, one sizes up the opposition. If the opponent is bigger and tougher, a smart person will back away. However, if one chooses to wade in anyway and gets a bloody nose, one shouldn't run crying to mama (in this case the government).

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