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General Motors auto workers call strike in U.S.

By Joseph Szczesny

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GM has enjoyed several years of strong sales, posting $11.8 billion in operating profits last year, prompting union officials to argue it is time to share the wealth with workers 

"Share"?! Haha. Sorry, that's anathema to today's free-trading, globalized neo-liberals. Sharing profits with workers tends to drive down your share price and frighten investors and maybe even reduce the salaries of your multimillionaire executives.

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More happy workers under the Trump administration.

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