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Monday, January 6, 2014
Boeing contract is a setback. Why did they accept it and what's next?
This is a bit of a change in method and we hope to do a bit more of it. I reached the time limit and had to remove the introduction to this video, so I would like to say that the defeat in Boeing is not the end of the road but activists of all stripes must reflect on what it means and where we can go from here. It is a serious setback that can still be overcome and a new phase in the struggle between capital and labor ushered in. Let's recall that just a few days ago Bloomberg announced that the top 300 billionaires increased their wealth over $500 billion last year and have accumulated almost $4 billion between them. The top one lives in Washington State.
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