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Boeing machinists explore their options: but this would be the dumbest strike ever

As Boeing’s machinists walk to their strike vote in Seattle today, there will be those who see this as a historic stand. And that is the problem for management. Boeing is not known for stable and relaxed relations with its engineers, but even by past rocky standards, the present dispute seems hard to understand, at least superficially. That’s because it may well in fact become historic.

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