The Uaw Fires A Shot Across Gm's BowKathleen Kerwin
It started small. Grievances had been piling up for months from the 240 union workers at a Lordstown (Ohio) tool-and-die shop that General Motors Corp. plans to close this year. Then, on Aug. 27, all 2,300 members of the United Auto Workers at GM's Lordstown stamping plant walked off their jobs.
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