On an island – U.S. ports’ drive to control costs leads to labor strife

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    (From Reuters) When Charles Spencer became a crane operator at the Jacksonville Port Authority in Florida in 1971, it took at least a day for 200 dockworkers to unload 160-pound sacks of coffee from a…


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