As the 2006 North American International Auto Show opens to the public this weekend, we are reminded of what put the motor in Motor City—union labor.
The hard-working men and women of Detroit built the cars that built our hometown. In return for their hard-earned years on the job, union members have been able to count on a decent retirement to keep them out of poverty in their golden years.
But now those promises, in the auto industry and in many others, are being thrown onto the scrap heap. Full story here.........http://www.teamster.org/06news/hn_060113_4.htm