The Right To Strike And The Right To Reject Unions
The right to replace strikers permanently strikes a sensitive chord ("You can't bargain with a striker whose job is no more," Top of The News, Aug, 5). No matter how you color it, when you permanently replace strikers during a labor-management dispute, you're firing them.
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