"Tomorrow (11th February 2012) marks the 75th anniversary of the end of the flint sit-down strike. It started when the united auto workers union targeted two General Motors plants. Employees showed up at workers showed up to work and sat down inside so new workers couldn't come in and replace them. It nearly shut down the company and before long other plants followed suit, and eventually they got the attention of the big boys - the heads of the automakers. This year any of the same issues will come up again as the subject of unions is back up for debate. Michael Elk, a labor journalist joined RT's Kristine Frazao for more."