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The Struggle Of Japanese Railway Workers Against Privatization/Union Busting/Nuclear Power And The Threat Of Imperialist War In Asia

The Struggle Of Japanese Railway Workers Against Privatization/Union Busting/Nuclear Power And The Threat Of Imperialist War In Asia
Report By Doro-Chiba International Support Committee
Saturday August 15, 2015 4:00 PM
Richmond Public Library
325 Civic Center Plaza Richmond, CA

Shocking new revelations about CIA breaking 1951 NZ Union Waterfront lock out – so why are we ramming through a new Intelligence and Security Bill for America?

Shocking new revelations about CIA breaking 1951 Union Waterfront lock out – so why are we ramming through a new Intelligence and Security Bill for America?
http://thedailyblog.co.nz/2017/03/20/shocking-new-revelations-about-cia-...
By Martyn Bradbury / March 20, 2017

IDC Cancels Worldwide Docker Strikes to Enable New Talks in Spain

IDC Cancels Worldwide Docker Strikes to Enable New Talks in Spain
https://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/215574/idc-cancels-worldwide-stri...

Image Courtesy: IDC
The International Dockworkers’ Council (IDC) has called off strikes planned for March 23, which were previously scheduled to be held in ports around the world, to enable new negotiations in the Spanish port sector.

IDC Cancels Worldwide Strikes to Enable New Talks in Spain

IDC Cancels Worldwide Strikes to Enable New Talks in Spain
https://worldmaritimenews.com/archives/215574/idc-cancels-worldwide-stri...

Image Courtesy: IDC
The International Dockworkers’ Council (IDC) has called off strikes planned for March 23, which were previously scheduled to be held in ports around the world, to enable new negotiations in the Spanish port sector.

Port of L.A.’s automated terminal: Future of commerce or blue-collar job-killer?

Port of L.A.’s automated terminal: Future of commerce or blue-collar job-killer?
http://www.dailynews.com/business/20170318/port-of-las-automated-termina...

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