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July 18, 1969
Hospital workers win 113-day union recognition strike in Charleston, S.C..

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How Budget Cuts, Attacks on Unions Have Revived Wild Cat Strikes
Posted On: Apr 10, 2018
April 10, 2018 | COLLECTIVE ACTION | … [A]  wildcat strike is typically understood as a major strike action where workers collectively walk off the job without authorization from union leadership. Together, the strikes represent a return of radical labor tactics from a different era. And the timing of the wildcat strike’s return is no accident. For the past decade, Republican lawmakers have been waging a two-pronged assault on public sector workers. Since the Republican wave election in 2010, GOP governors have dramatically reduced investment in the public sector while also rolling back protections for unionized workers in the states they control. And often this strategy has been built around a messaging campaign that vilified public sector unions with a heavy focus on public school teachers… Mic
 
 
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