Strikeless Strikes by Teachers

Selden addresses the unwillingness to call a strike a strike. He explains that teachers or participants in strikes will often call them "recesses," "holidays" or "disputes." He says that the term "strikes" makes the participants feel naughty. Selden says that refusal to work is not necessarily a strike. He then goes on to explain what constitutes a strike and what does not.

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