Temple Revives Old-Time Union Busting against Grad Students
by Heather Ann Thompson
Temple's decision to revoke the tuition remission of striking grad students (and threaten their ability to complete degrees) is the kind of hardball tactic that bodes ill for workers in every workplace in America, and a reminder of the need to understand the country's labor history.
SOURCE: Chronicle of Higher Education
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