The workers who lost the 1892 Homestead Strike would find the situation today all too familiar: employers using strike replacements to destroy labor’s most potent weapon.
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Unions, not benevolent corportations, were responsible for the postwar rise in worker income.
Most employees loathe their managers, but haven't found a way to go union.
The administration won’t defend workers and the Court has sanctified forced arbitration. But states and cities can create new ways for workers to safeguard their rights.