Ten thousand farming equipment workers struck across five states. Fourteen hundred cereal workers at Kellogg struck across four states. Eleven hundred coal miners in Alabama struck, and there are more workers in other sectors that may go out this month. This doesn’t even account for the 30 million workers who have quit their jobs in the last ten months and refused to go back. But can these strikes be coordinated? Can this moment become a movement? Answer: The legal system (still controlled by the powers that be) impedes the movement.
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