„All eyes on Chattanooga: VW’s workers are deciding the future of unions in the South“ (Washington Post)

„This is all about money for them. They feel like, if they can get up under the hood with a company in the South, then they can make progress in other places,“ Corker said. „There’s no question that the UAW organizing there will have an effect on our community’s ability to continue to recruit businesses.“

„This is enormously important for the labor movement as a whole,“ said Damon Silvers, policy director at the AFL-CIO. „The European transplants are a puzzle that the American labor movement has been trying to work out for decades, and the UAW seems to have figured it out.“

via All eyes on Chattanooga: VW’s workers are deciding the future of unions in the South.

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