What if, rather than a full-out, drop-our-tools-and-go-home strike like the AMFA actually pulled, the AMFA had instead gone on a C.H.A.O.S.-esque strike? For instance, one day, the entire Duluth base doesn't show. The next day, the Duluth base comes back, but all employees who's numbers end in "4" don't show. The next day, everybody shows up. The next day, the Detroit mechanics don't show up. If the Aircraft Mechanics Fraternal Association had gone with that sort of action as opposed to the all-out strike that they did, would their situation have turned out any different? Just wanted to throw something out here...you all would know better than I would.
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