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Don’t Call It a Trend: A Brief History of Organizing in Tech

The current wave of tech-worker protests isn’t without precedent

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OOne of the most remarkable accomplishments of the strike that took place at Boeing in 2000 wasn’t getting more than 15,000 white-collar workers to walk off the job, it was getting a bunch of engineers to agree on one thing, jokes Stan Sorscher, a former…




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