Two famous public-sector strikes were ended by firing strikers and hiring replacements. A 1919 strike by Boston Police was ended by Massachusetts Governor Calvin Coolidge who called out the National Guard and replaced striking police. In 1981, President Ronald Reagan ended a strike of air traffic controllers represented by the PATCO union. He fired the strikers and hired replacements.
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