Post Number: 115
|Posted on Sunday, April 01, 2007 - 4:37 pm: || |
The End of the Line As Detroit Workers Know It
"As the workers depart in greater numbers than either their union or their employers anticipated, the exodus becomes more than a long ledger of altered lives. It is an accounting, of course, but an accounting of the most personal and poignant sort. Communities are fragmenting, families are relocating, and years of individual choices tethered to the notion of a certain kind of job in a certain kind of place are giving way to uncertainty, regret and loss of control."