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Robert Reich on the year of the worker

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Kellogg’s announced they are permanently replacing 1,400 striking workers after the union refused a new contract proposal. It comes as other major brands, such as John Deere, Frito Lay, and McDonald’s have also watched employees walk off the job. Is the power shifting to the employee?