In 1936, an extremely volatile and very violent strike took place in RCA. Even though these strikes did not last for long, most of the workers walked from their jobs. In 1936, 1940 and 1942, new plants for the RCA were put up in Indiana. By the year 1952, in the electronics sector, only 700 consumer jobs had been left in Camden (Cowie, 2000, p.33-34). Nearly all of the RCA jobs had moved away and were now in Bloomington.
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