Teachers in Chicago are on strike, the NFL officials went on strike and got locked out.
If you talk to some people, they will tell you this country was built on labor strikes. Are strikes warranted or a detriment? We discuss.
Hosts: Rick and Steve
From the first labor strike on this continent in 1619 when the craftsmen went on strike in the Jamestown colony in Virginia to more famous strikes like the Philadelphia Carpenter’s Strike of 1791 and the famous Air Traffic Controller’s Strike in 1981.
- Are strikes necessary?
- Current examples are the Chicago teachers and NFL referee strikes.
- Are there some industries that shouldn’t be allowed to go on strike?
- Are their better tools, education and management process necessary to prohibit strikes?
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