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July 2, 1988 | Associated Press
More than 10,000 workers went on strike Friday against Electric Boat, maker of the Navy's nuclear submarines and the largest employer in the area, and no new contract talks were scheduled. The members of unions belonging to the Metal Trades Council walked off their jobs at midnight after voting 4,921 to 3,140 to reject the company's offer to pay them lump-sum bonuses in each of the next three years instead of higher wages.
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July 2, 1988 | Associated Press
More than 10,000 workers went on strike Friday against Electric Boat, maker of the Navy's nuclear submarines and the largest employer in the area, and no new contract talks were scheduled. The members of unions belonging to the Metal Trades Council walked off their jobs at midnight after voting 4,921 to 3,140 to reject the company's offer to pay them lump-sum bonuses in each of the next three years instead of higher wages.
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