Labor Relations, Unions and Collective Bargaining: A Political Economic Analysis
16 Pages Posted: 13 Jul 2011
Date Written: July 12, 2011
It is not difficult to document the fact that many segments of our society extol the virtues of unionism, as commonly practiced. Some people defend unions as a means of promoting employment. Others feel that "social justice" is a sufficient warrant for this curious institution. So deeply embedded in our folkways is the concept that unions are legitimate institutions that many mainline religious organizations have even gone so far as to invite them to organize their own Church employees - on what they see as moral grounds.
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