My new YDN piece is on-line here. I like it (even without a few hundred cut words). You might too. To believe that it is Wilhelm, and not the workers who voted overwhelmingly one year ago to authorize a strike, that chose this job action, that it is Wilhelm, and not the workers, who voted overwhelmingly to reject Yale's offer again last spring, who decides what's worth fighting for, and that it is Wilhelm's promotion, and not their own futures for which workers are marching, is to suggest that the workers of Yale lack the savvy to know what's best for them. This is the attitude that Yale's leaders have brought consistently to the bargaining table, and that has brought our university to its ninth strike in 35 years.

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