Two years after the devastating Southern California strike-lockout, the major chains there are still struggling to regain pre-strike profit levels while their competitors continue to reap increased sales. With a year to go before the expiration of the contract that ended the 141-day labor dispute, both sides are reflecting back and projecting forward. The seven locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers Union are reflecting on what they had to accept to end the dispute - a two-tier ...

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