Garret Keizer wrote about the desperate plight of American labor unions in the September issue of Harper’s Magazine. His thinking is the same as mine. In the following passage, he quotes himself.
“I grew up with the assumption that there was labor and there was management,” I tell him, “and they’d always be locked in this struggle, and sometimes labor would win and sometimes, probably most of the time, management would win, but they’d be wrestling back and forth, and that’s how it would go on, and in some ways that would be how society progressed.
“And now I’ve started to wonder whether that’s the right way of thinking about it, whether it isn’t a wrestling match but a fight to the death and there are only two possible outcomes.
“One is that labor, not by itself but in a coalition with other groups, prevails to the extent of being…
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