In 1989, more than 20,000 workers and public sector employees marched through the narrow streets of Davao City demanding for a Php25 legislated wage increase. The marchers were a merry mix of leftists, moderates and rightists. But the loudest color was that of the leftist Kilusang Mayo Uno (KMU), then the dominant labor center in...
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