January 1966
National Review Bulletin;1/18/1966, Vol. 18 Issue 3, p1
The article reports on the issues that surrounds the strikes of the Transport Workers Union (TWU) on 1966 in response to the expiration of their contract with the New York City Transit Authority. The protesters were led by Michael J. Quill, the founder and president of TWU. The strike effectively ended all service on the subway and buses in the city, and affected millions of commuters. An injunction to end the strike was issued under the 1947 Condon-Wadlin Act.


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