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Byline: Rob Modic
Dec. 11--DAYTON -- Wearing a bright red cap, Larry Cohen, president of the 700,000-member Communications Workers of America, told a frigid but spirited crowd at Courthouse Square on Saturday that the fight for Delphi jobs starts here, in one of the highest concentrations of automotive manufacturing in the country.
"We came out here to Dayton not to finish this fight, but to start this fight," Cohen told 2,000 to 3,000 cheering workers who came by the busloads from Delphi plants as far away as Warren in northeast Ohio.
"We don't choose these fights," Cohen said, "but we know when they come.
"Where do we draw the line?" Cohen asked. "Maybe …