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Declining Commitment

August 23, 1969 polemical. Rhetorics, whether by labour or by managements, can only incite passions and intensify conflicts. For instance, one question that is constantly raised in advertisements is about "highly- paid" employees. The projection before the public is that highly-paid employees cannot have legitimate demands and that they cannot press these demands through strikes. The so-called "highly-paid" employees can and do have monetary and non-monetary demands. Their high pay is an irrelevant element because managements are not large-hearted charitable institutions that pay large or high wages merely because of sentiment. As to whether highly-paid people should go on strike is again a question to which high or low pay is not relevant. What is relevant is what means other than strike are available to process the demands.

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