Auto Giant Capitalists Buckle Thanks to UAW Strike

The last hold-out of the big three auto manufacturers, Ford, caved in to the UAW union completing the union victory sweep.

Among the many new changes include the reopening of the idled Belvidere plant and the inclusion of battery plant workers in any new negotiations. At the beginning of the strike both these demands were considered “off the table”. Thanks to the young union leadership the demands were first put on the table and then won by the union. This article has lots of detail about what has been won.

Read in Labor NotesĀ 

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