Injustice and like that LO7087

jack hirschfeld (
Tue, 30 Apr 1996 22:33:40 -0400

Replying to LO6992 --

Last week, I was just about ready to enter one more time into Rol's thread
on "injustice" when it seemed to have run out. Then Bruce Wilson got me
all stirred up again, by referring to "trade unions and injustice" (LO
6992). So I thought I'd put my two cents in after all:

I don't often watch TV, but I just happened to see a few moments of
network news, and lo! and behold!, there were some Mitsubishi workers
picketing the EEOC. They had gathered - with a little help from the boss
- to attack injustice. The government was picking on them, and treating
them unfairly, and they feared that maybe the impact would be that some or
many of them would lose their jobs. In any case, they clearly saw it as
an encroachment by government on their rights.

Inside the building, the EEOC people were busy with the paperwork with
which they intended to attack injustice - the unjust treatment of women
that Mitsubishi permits and encourages.

As I listened to the commentary, I got a strong feeling that the
journalists were attacking the injustice of giving Mitsubishi unfair
advantages at taxpayer expense.

People were really having a field day attacking injustice.

Must have been reading our list...

Jack Hirschfeld            Do figures of authority just shoot you down?               Is life in the business world a drag?

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