January 7, 2011, 11:12 AM
Conflicts in Kentucky coal mines in the early 1930’s produced a pro-labor folksong that famously asks, "Which Side Are You On?" We work in a different time, place, and industry––but the question remains relevant. Conflicts of interest still arise between the bosses who sign our paychecks and the colleagues alongside of whom we work. In such conflicts, we must make a choice: Either stand together with our co-workers, or side with the employers out to undermine them.
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