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They operated with a good deal of autonomy, and played key roles in determining how the inevitable conflicts at work 36 R. WHITING were either smoothed over or developed into strike action. 16 They engaged in a fairly constant battle to restrict the amount of overtime that their members wanted to work so that employment opportunities might be created for other union members who needed them. On most committees there was a high turnover of stewards, but for those who stayed the course it was possible to be in a senior position for many years, and to have a strong sense of how their own organization had developed over time.
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