How GM strike reflects pivotal moment for U.S. automakers
Clip: 10/03/2019 | 6m 27s
A national strike by the United Auto Workers is now in its 18th day. The walkout of 46,000 employees affects more than 50 General Motors sites, and although the two sides continue to talk and are said to be making progress, several key issues remain to be resolved. William Brangham talks to Micki Maynard, a journalist who follows the automotive industry in Detroit, about the stakes for each side.
Aired: 10/03/19Video has closed captioning.
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