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 As the so-called fast food “strikes” roll into their third year, people are increasingly tuning them out. The recent glossed-over protests were simply the latest illustration of the public fatigue that has begun to define them. This is cause for concern for Big Labor, which has been funding, organizing and participating in these non-strike strikes. So far the ...

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