Video: Warren, Michigan Chrysler workers speak on contract vote

27 October 2011

On October 26th, the United Auto Workers imposed a new-four year labor agreement on 26,000 Chrysler workers despite a ‘no’ vote by skilled trades workers and widespread opposition from production workers. The deal will freeze wages for workers who have not had a raise since 2003 and extends the hated two-tier wage system that pays younger workers near poverty wages. The World Socialist Web Site spoke with auto workers from the Warren Truck plant in suburban Detroit as they were voting on the contract about the deal and the role of the UAW.

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