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Don’t Call It a Labor Strike

Workers are boycotting a corrupt capitalist system

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It’s been called the Great Resignation, a mass migration of the labor force escaping a soul-crushing world of low-paying jobs with poor working conditions. The movement has been wrongly labeled a “general strike” of workers in protest of the lack of a living wage.




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