The End of American Labor Unions

The End of American Labor Unions

The Right-to-work Movement and the Erosion of Collective Bargaining

Book - 2015
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"This title advocates a political agenda for the labor movement"-- Provided by publisher.
"By examining the history of the legal regulation of union actions, this fascinating book offers a new interpretation of American labor-law policy--and its harmful impact on workers today"-- Provided by publisher.
Publisher: Santa Barbara, California : Praeger, [2015]
ISBN: 9781440832390
1440832390
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Characteristics: ix, 192 pages ; 25 cm

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StarGladiator
Mar 21, 2015

I skimmed this at the bookstore, I certainly would never buy it! Another piece of fiction being peddled as factual - - and really, between idiotic super-losers like Richard Trumka [head of the abjectly useless AFL-CIO], who wastes his time in talks among the most anti-worker/anti-union bunch out there, the Peterson Institute, and Avi Chomsky, spawn of Noam Chomsky, who recently gave a talk at Harvard University completely reframing union and labor history completely out of the American picture - - although she did have several negative comments to say about unions - - unions appear hellbent on their own destruction. The only two real unions left: Longshore & Warehouse Workers Union and National Nurses United, but they cannot carry everyone. [In both of his elections, anti-union Wisconsin Governor Wanker won over 40% of union households!]

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