Why did the workers strike at the General Motors plant in Flint, Michigan?
What was the outcome of the strike? Many people were striking because the loss of jobs at GM, at 56,000 to 17,000 people who lost their jobs, the idea was to strike until GM and the strikes can come up with a collective agreement. Flint strikers were considered the sit-down community due to their total 525 sit-down strikes. The overall production for GM dropped from 53,000 vehicles per week to 1,500. the outcome of the strike growth of in union membership in the automobile and other mass production industries. Significant improvements in wages working conditions, and even benefits