Williams: UAW members “tired of economic inequality.”
DETROIT – The United Auto Workers ended its 36th Constitutional Convention this week with a clear direction if not a specific agenda for next year’s negotiations with the Detroit Three. “You didn’t hear a lot of talk about pensions or health care,” notes Harley Shaiken, a labor expert from the University of California-Berkley. “You did hear a lot of talk about the need for a raise.” Dennis Williams, a 61-year-old former U.S. Marine who now will lead ...
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