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Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Nicholas Morrison
Over and Under by Todd Tucker
end of the book
The antagonist are motavated to go on strike in a very violent manner. They did not get their .30 pay increase like they wanted so they went on strike. They have been on strike for a very long time and are getting upset that the company they work for will not meet their demands. They start bunring old cars outside the company gates and getting into fights with eachother. They have been a very productive group of workers and deserve and .30 increase, so some of their ends justify their means. They do, in the end, get their pay increase after a lot of violence.

1 comment:

  1. This reminds me of Mr. Jon Peterson's U.S. History class. I remember talking about the various strikes that went on during the 20th Century.


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