By Bernie Woodall CANTON, Mississippi, July 31 (Reuters) - As the United Auto Workers embarks on an uphill battle to organize Nissan Motor Co's plant in Mississippi, it is drawing inspiration from the famous struggle waged in the state during the civil rights movement. The union sees a winning strategy in depicting the right to unionize freely as a basic civil right. The tactic could resonate at the Canton, Mississippi plant where an estimated 70 percent of the ...
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