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Biden’s 11th-hour moves to avert a strike — and a political calamity

Jeff Stein
Tyler Prager
Lauren Kaori Gurley
The Washington Post
The president steps in at the last moment to prevent a strike that threatened to pit his union loyalties against his need to protect the economy. 

“This agreement represents how far the labor movement has come in the last 40 years since Reagan fired air traffic controllers,” said Angela Hanks, who served in Biden’s Labor Department and is now chief of programs at Demos, a left-leaning think tank. “Tireless organizing helped seed the ground for a pro-worker president.”
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