Auto Workers Demand a People-Centered Economy
FEATURING CEDRIC DE LEON - Autoworkers are readying themselves for a potential strike as contract negotiations with the so-called “Big Three” drag on. The United Auto Workers (UAW) is negotiating on behalf of nearly 150,000 workers at Detroit-based auto manufacturing plants run by Ford, GM, and Stellantis NV. On the face of it, UAW’s demands sound audacious: a 46 percent pay raise and a four-day workweek, among other things. But given the decades-long decline in labor rights and wages, is it unreasonable?
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