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US autoworkers launch historic strike: 3 questions answered

  • The United Auto Workers union has called for a strike at three major automakers in Detroit, namely General Motors, Ford, and Stellantis, after failing to reach new contracts, which will disrupt their operations.
  • The UAW is demanding higher pay, improved benefits, and job guarantees for its members at electric-vehicle factories. They are using a "stand-up strike" strategy, similar to the successful Great Flint Sit-Down Strike in 1936-37, to maximize pressure on the companies while minimizing the number of workers affected.
  • With the UAW's new approach and the potential success of this strike, other labor organizers may adopt similar strategies, improving the leverage for workers in future negotiations.
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