Sticking to the Union
This narrative of the nine-month battle between the striking workers at Versatile Industries and their eccentric wealthy employer John Buhler is critical reading for anyone seeking to understand the state of contemporary labor relations and the failure of governments to protect ordinary people and their communities.
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