Lots of strikes in the US lately. Even tho the % of Union membership has dwindled over the decades, strikes or walk-outs still have an impact for *all* workers.

Do you think this still works as a negotiation strategy? If not, why not?

And if strikes don't force the corporate C-suite executives to re-think their business model (profits over people), then I gotta ask two things: 1) How else can workers get their fair share of corporate profits, and 2) Why should we still believe that economic sanctions work in foreign policy?