In the face of a good offer from General Motors, the United Auto Workers' 50,000 members still went on strike last week.
It's the first GM strike since 2007 and the first major action against an automaker since 1982.
The UAW insists that it is trying to get the best deal for its members, but GM had made numerous, significant concessions already.
The union had been bristling for a strike since early 2019 and had backed itself into a corner, hence the walkout over what appears mainly to be a...
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