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LaborIWW Sisters? Camelot Canvass Union Makes Proposal to End the Strike

Started by Wobblies, April 13, 2013, 10:10:57 am

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IWW Sisters? Camelot Canvass Union Makes Proposal to End the Strike

From The Organizer, April 4, 2013


This past Tuesday evening the I.W.W. (Industrial Workers of the World) Sisters’ Camelot Canvass Union made an offer to the managing collective in an effort to end the strike which has been going on since March 1.  The managing collective has been given until the end of Monday, April 8 to decide whether or not to accept.  This offer has consolidated the much longer original list of terms for the negotiation of the union’s existence down to a list of eight terms, with the logistical details of how they would work clearly defined.


“This is the easiest deal our bosses will ever get from this union to end this strike, I hope they take it so we can end this and get back to work,” said Alex Forsey, one of the striking union members.

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