Kristin Dziczek

Center for Automotive Research

Guest

Director of the Program for Automotive Labor and Education at the Center for Automotive Research; a former speechwriter for the UAW, she has worked for General Motors and Chrysler, and has worked in the House and Senate for Michigan representatives

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Negotiations between the United Auto Workers and the Big Three car manufacturers used to be something of an economic contact sport, with both sides going head to head.

UAW Labor Negotiations in Motor City

Negotiations between the United Auto Workers and the Big Three car manufacturers used to be something of an economic contact sport, with both sides going head to head.

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Negotiations between the United Auto Workers and the Big Three car manufacturers used to be something of an economic contact sport, with both sides going head to head.

UAW Labor Negotiations in Motor City

Negotiations between the United Auto Workers and the Big Three car manufacturers used to be something of an economic contact sport, with both sides going head to head.

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