When Municipal Workers Strike

Residents of New York City woke up Tuesday morning to find the transit workers on strike. A labor expert discusses the history of illegal work stoppages.


Nelson Lichtenstein, professor of history and director of the Center for Work Labor and Democracy at U.C. Santa Barbara



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