Why the Labor Strike Is Back
“Workers learn to strike when they watch other workers strike and win.”


General Motors employees chant in unison "No contract! No work!" as they circle at one of the Flint Assembly Plant entrance, blocking through traffic during the fourth day of the national UAW strike against GM in Flint. Picketing auto workers have surrounded the massive General Motors complex for nearly a week of Friday, Sept. 20, in Flint, the automaker’s birthplace. The city and many workers have been here before: A 54-day strike at a Flint plant in 1998 forced a companywide shutdown

Mother  Jones magazine sat down with Jane for an extensive interview about the serious uptick in labor strikes, and, unions more generally.

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