For the first 70 years of the 20th century it would be hard to imagine a labor strike outside of a union. But in the past 50 years unions have gotten more conservative and capitalists have organized to prevent unions from forming. Today workers are taking matters into their own hands. Last year one-third of the 87 strikes in Mordor were conducted by workers without any union. This article in Labor Notes lays out what you can and can’t do in order to strike. You might even be able to bypass a lawyer.
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